Sigma 24mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens sample images

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Sigma published some sample images from the new Sigma 24mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens on their blog. The latest Art lens is expected to start shipping on March 15th according to Adorama or on April 20th according to B&H.

Sigma 24mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens sample images:

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Lower Manhattan: 30 seconds at f/11, ISO 100 with Canon 6D by Patrick Santucci

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30 second exposure at f/11 at ISO 100 with Canon 6D by Patrick Santucci

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100% crop of the image above

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30 second exposure of the Brooklyn Bridge a f/11, ISO 100 with Canon 6D by Patrick Santucci

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1/60, f/5.6, ISO 100, Canon 5D, by Jack Howard

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1/1600, ISO 100, f/1.4, Canon 5D by Jack Howard

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  • Russell Ferris

    Lame! Open that sucker up!

    • Spy Black

      …and print them full res…

  • James Donahue

    Got one.

  • Bo Dez

    Pointless pictures. Particularly that 100% crop, it should be that sharp at f11. We need to see 100% samples at 1.4 to judge.

    • Louis-Félix Grondin

      Ouch! Is this legit? This seem really deceiving, rather soft even at f2 and really distracting bokeh…

      • Zos Xavius

        Is any 24mm lens superb at F2? Its actually not bad wide open. It clearly missed focus slightly on a few of these, but the ones that are in focus look at least usable to me. edit: looks like it sharpens up nicely by 1.7 so I would imagine that soft images at F2 are just misfocused. This looks a lot better than the old Sigma 24/2.8 super wide for sure and that lens was no slouch.

        • Louis-Félix Grondin

          They are usable, just not great (like they are for the 35mm). I also think they missed focus on some, but those in focus are just not impressive wide open or at F2. My biggest concern is with the bokeh (much worse than the Canik equivalents).

          I agree that it’s no slouch, it just seems that it won’t be another clear winner like the 35mm was against the competitors. From what I see I’d pay the extra money for a used Nikon 24G.

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