Sigma has released details of four new lenses, two teleconverters and a new UD-11 USB dock for Sigma L-mount and Canon EF-M (APS-C) mounts.
Side view of the L-mount version of Sigma’s 100-400mm f/5-6.3 DG DN OS HSM Contemporary lens. (Source: Sigma.)
The 100-400mm f/5-6.3 DG DN OS HSM Contemporary lens is now available with mounts for Sony E and L-Mount mirrorless cameras. The optical design of this lens consists of 22 elements in 16 groups with one FLD and four SLDs used for correcting of aberrations and distortions. While sharing many features with the equivalent DSLR lens, the new lens is redesigned for mirrorless cameras and uses a different AF drive, with a stepping motor optimised to the latest algorithm. It also includes built-in stabilisation that integrates with in-camera stabilisation to provide up to four stops of shake correction, a programmable AFL button and a lightweight (1135 grams) construction with dust- and splash-proof sealing around the bayonet mount.
New teleconverters, the TC-1411 (1.4x) and TC-2011 (2x). have been announced to complement the 100-400mm lens, but they will only be available for L-Mount cameras.
The three f/1.4 prime lenses that are now available in L-Mount versions. (Source: Sigma.)
Sigma has also updated its 16mm f/1.4, 30mm f/1.4 and 56mm f/1.4 lenses with new L-mount versions. The new lenses are fully compatible with L-Mount cameras with respect to AF, stabilisation and in-camera aberration correction. All are dust- and moisture-resistant. Sigma has also announced a new UD-11 USB dock for Sigma L-mount and Canon EF-M (APS-C) lenses. It supports firmware updates and focusing adjustments and comes with a USB Type-C connector.
The new products have not been listed on the local distributor’s website so far. For more information, visit Sigma’s Global website