Published Apr 27, 2021
Sigma’s fast new 35mm F1.4 DG DN for Sony and L-mount bodies has arrived, and Chris and Jordan have plenty to say about it. Check out their review in this episode of DPReview TV.
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Images from this episode
Please note that due to restrictions imposed by Adobe Camera Raw, no distortion corrections have been applied to the images in this gallery (unlike our Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG DN Art gallery shot with the L-mount version); however, since CA corrections cannot be turned off for most lenses currently in ACR, we’ve corrected for it in these conversions.
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