Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM Art Lens Canon EF
The Sigma 24-70mm Art lens for Canon EF-mount adds high-end optical design to a workhorse zoom range, as well as a hypersonic motor and optical stabilisation for outstanding performance throughout.
- The Art range as a whole is known for great build and image quality
- Fantastically versatile focal length with a more than reliable constant aperture of f/2.8
- A true contender for your all-round lens for your DSLR
Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM Art Canon Fit Lens Summary
- 24-70mm lens part of the esteemed Art range of Sigma lenses
- Canon EF-mount lens compatible with Canon DSLRs
- Versatile wide-angle to mid-telephoto lens
- Optical stabiliser (OS)
- Dust and splash proof mount with rubber sealing
- f/2.8 through the focal range for excellent bokeh and low-light performance
- Hypersonic motor (HSM) for fast autofocus
- Also compatible with the Sigma MC-11 Canon Lens to Sony Camera Converter to work with Sony mirrorless cameras
- 19 lens elements in 14 groups
- Minimum focusing distance: 37cm
- 9 rounded diaphragm blades
Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM Art Canon EF-Mount Lens in Detail
The definitive large-diameter standard zoom lens for any shoot
What photographers demand from the 24-70mm F2.8 specification is much more than outstanding image quality. They want all the features that make this a go-to lens for a wide range of photographic opportunities, including optical design ideal for the latest ultra-high-megapixel digital cameras, hypersonic motor (HSM) for high-speed autofocus, optical stabilizer (OS) with powerful stabilization effect, dust- and splash-proof mount with rubber sealing, and a metal barrel for a stable, rigid feel.
This lens from Sigma delivers the performance and functionality that help pros succeed in news, nature, and many other fields of photography.
Outstanding optical performance
Three SLD (Special Low Dispersion) glass lens elements and four aspherical lens elements help minimize optical aberrations. To ensure outstanding image quality from the center to the edges of the photograph, the optical system minimizes coma, which causes points of light to streak, and transverse chromatic aberration, which cannot be corrected via aperture control, The optical system also minimizes distortion, which can be particularly evident in wide-angle shots, resulting in excellent optical performance throughout the zoom range.
A 24-70mm F2.8 lens that meets the high standards of the Art line
Sigma has continuously pioneered 24-70mm F2.8 lenses that are a step ahead of the times.
The first model of this specification, Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 EX DG ASPHERICAL DF, launched in 2001.
Representing the fourth generation of the family, the Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM - Art accomplishes a challenging feat in optical design: incorporating optical stabilizer functionality in a large-diameter standard zoom. By leveraging all of its design and manufacturing expertise, Sigma has ensured that this new lens fulfills the uncompromising requirements of the Art line for image and build quality.
Bokeh that is a cut above
At wide-open aperture, this lens offers outstanding photographic expression. The area in focus is extremely sharp, while the background exhibits a beautiful bokeh effect with only slight spherical aberration. Since large-diameter zoom lenses are often used at wide-open aperture, Sigma has paid close attention to the shape of the bokeh, aiming for perfect circularity.
Incorporating advanced aspherical lens processing technology
Aspherical lenses necessitate refined expertise in the design and manufacturing of advanced, high-performance lenses.
Sigma's first products to feature this technology were the Sigma 12-24mm F4 DG HSM - Art and Sigma 14mm F1.8 DG HSM - Art, which both incorporated a large 80mm aspherical lens as their front lens element.
Building on the success of these predecessors, the Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 DG HSM - Art incorporates an aspherical lens element that helps achieve extremely high resolution. This element is much thicker at the center than the edges, and forming its unusual shape is a feat of manufacturing technology.
Moreover, Sigma processes the surface of this aspherical lens element with ultra-precise tolerances that are measured in hundredths of a micrometer. This extremely fine surface allows the Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 DG HSM - Art to deliver a very natural and smooth bokeh effect, without the visible concentric rings that afflict typical aspherical lens elements.
OS functionality and newly designed HSM for success on any shoot
Designed for advanced utility in a wide variety of situations, the optical stabilizer (OS) offers a powerful stabilization effect. The newly designed large hypersonic motor (HSM) offers 1.3 times the torque of its predecessor and exceptionally stable performance even at lower speeds. (Based on CIPA's guideline. Measuring at telephoto end, when it is attached to the camera with 35mm image sensor).
Lens barrel designed for high rigidity
Since large-diameter standard zoom lenses tend to serve as a go-to lens and see frequent use, the Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 DG HSM - Art is designed to stand up to the challenging shooting environments that pros encounter.
To this end, the lens barrel contains a large amount of metal, while the external moving parts feature thermally stable composite (TSC), which is resistant to thermal expansion and contraction. This structure contributes not only to the outstanding optical performance of the lens but also to its high rigidity and confidence-inspiring build quality.
Mount with dust- and splash-proof design
Since the area of the lens most vulnerable to dust and other foreign bodies is the mount, rubber sealing helps provide peace of mind. In addition, the front lens element features a water- and oil-repellent coating that helps the lens perform well in the rain, near water, and in other challenging conditions.
Other details and extra functionality:
- Fast AF with full-time manual focus
- Compatible with Mount Converter MC-11
- Works with the Sigma USB Dock for firmware upgrades and settings adjustment
- Makes customization and flexible adjustment possible
- Available Mount Conversion Service (allows use with another camera body)
- Rounded diaphragm
- Designed to minimize flare and ghosting
- High-precision, durable brass bayonet mount
- Evaluation with SIGMA's own MTF measuring system "A1"
- Made in Japan with outstanding craftsmanship
- The lens barrel is engraved with the year of release
|Offer Category: Camera Lenses|
|Offer Product Type: Canon Lenses EF mount|
|Aperture ring: N/A|
|Constant Aperture: Yes|
|Lens CIPA Image stabilization rating: N/A|
|Diameter (mm): 88|
|Length (mm): 108|
|Weight (g): N/A|
|Distance scale: Yes|
|DoF scale: N/A|
|Environmental Sealing: N/A|
|Focus distance limiter: N/A|
|Focal length: 24 - 70 mm|
|Focus method: N/A|
|Filter Thread: N/A|
|Full time manual: Yes|
|Hood supplied: Yes|
|Lens Image stabilization: Yes|
|Lens mount: N/A|
|Lens Materials: N/A|
|Maximum focal length: 70|
|Maximum magnification: 0.21|
|Maximum aperture (number): 2.8|
|Maximum aperture (text): N/A|
|Max Format size: N/A|
|Minimum focal length: 24|
|Lens Minimum focus distance (m): 0.37|
|Minimum aperture (number): 22|
|Minimum aperture (text): N/A|
|Motor type: N/A|
|Number of diaphragm blades: 9|
|Power zoom: N/A|
|Special elements / coatings: Three HLD and four aspherical elements|
|Tripod collar: N/A|
|Lens type: N/A|
|Lens Level: N/A|
|Best For: N/A|
|Zoom lock: N/A|
|Zoom method: N/A|
The fourth iteration of this lens from Sigma doesn't disappoint by joining the esteemed ranks of the Sigma Art range of lenses - inheriting the design and build quality the Art lenses have become known for.
Its large diameter and f/2.8 aperture throughout the entire focal range means you can get delightful bokeh whether using it at the wide-end or telephoto-end of the spectrum.
The Hypersonic motor has been redesigned to offer greater torque than previous versions, helping to provide quicker autofocus.
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