sigma 85 art review
SIGMA 85MM ART REVIEW: BEST PORTRAIT LENS EVER FOR CANON AND NIKON
WORLD’S SHARPEST LENS
Update: Video Review Posted Below
The Sigma 85mm Art lens is the sharpest extremely wide aperture portrait lens I’ve ever used. If you don’t want to read the full review, know that you will not be disappointed by the lens at all.
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The Sigma Art Series, launched in 2012 with the release of the 35mm f/1.4 Art, has made waves with each new lens release. Since that first release, the photography community has been clamoring for the release of a 85mm f/1.4 Art lens. To the excitement of all portrait photographers, Sigma released it just a few months ago.
If you’ve been saving for a new portrait lens for your Canon or Nikon system, stop thinking about any other lens, and buy the Sigma 85mm Art. Buy it now. Today. This second. You’ll be blown away by it from your first shutter click. While I only had the lens for about a week and a half, and much of that time the weather was terrible, I still fell in love with it, and you will too.
>> WATCH THE VIDEO REVIEW << Sigma 85mm Art Specs Lens Construction 14 Elements in 12 Groups Angle of View 28.6º Number of Diaphragm Blades 9 (Rounded Diaphragm) Minimum Aperture f16 Minimum Focusing Distance 85 cm / 33.5in. Filter Size (mm) 86mm Maximum Magnifications 1:8.5 Dimensions (Diameter x Length) 94.7mmx126.2mm / 3.7in. x 5.0in. Weight 39.9 oz