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Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art for Nikon
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The Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art for Nikon
The Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM A1 offers a fast f/1.4 aperture, ideal for low lighting conditions or a narrow depth of field with ample background separation for portraiture. An HSM focusing motor gives fast and accurate autofocus performance on either full-frame or crop-frame cameras.A floating element maximizes close-focus performance and the front of the barrel remains stationary regardless of focus distance. Aspheric and low-dispersion elements minimize chromatic aberrations, distortion, and vignetting. From a build standpoint, the 35mm A1 offers great improvement over previous Sigma lenses. As a member of Sigma’s Art lens line, this lens is also compatible with the Sigma USB Dock for Nikon F Lenses, which allows users to specify certain parameters, such as fine-tuning microfocus through the Sigma Optimization Pro software.
It’s been a long time since a take was so easy. This is the sharpest 35mm made. It costs a lot less than the Nikon 35 f/1.4mm or the Zeiss 35mm lenses. Any questions? It’s extremely well built, and everything I’ve been able to see, inside and out, indicates quality control has really improved at Sigma.
If you’re a bokeh fanatic, you may like something else better (or maybe not, that’s a subjective call). If you need Image Stabilization, then the 35mm f/2 IS may be worthwhile. Otherwise, this is the 35mm lens.
Arguably as good or better than anything else made, and at a lower price.
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