I had a few of these with the Sigma Art 50mm f.2 lens, but it wasn’t until I took the Sigma 35mm wide open that I saw the potential of this lens to make me a fan of the Sigma brand.
I think the Sigma art lens is the perfect lens for me.
It’s not the fastest lens in the world, but I’ve found that it’s the sharpest, most versatile and well-made lens I’ve ever used.
That’s not to say it doesn’t suffer from the Sigma lens issues (especially with f/2.8), but it’s still one of the best lenses in its class.
If you’re into photography, this is your lens.
If not, you’re not alone.
You can get this lens for about $700 or less at Amazon.com and Amazon.ca.
It features a super fast aperture and fast f/stop, and it has a great build quality and feel.
It comes with a few accessories that make it even better: the manual focus ring, and a soft focus ring that lets you adjust focus from zero to infinity, and even from infinity to infinity if you want to.
It also has a soft-focus lens hood that’s designed to reduce lens flare and glare.
You’ll also get the Sigma 60mm f-1.8 lens, which has similar features and is the best lens in its family.
If that doesn’t qualify as the best, then I don’t know what does.
I really like the Sigma lenses and have been using them for almost a year, but if I had to pick just one lens for my kit, this would be it.
I like the bokeh, and I like how the lens performs.
I have no complaints.
Sigma is a very well-known brand, so I can’t think of a lens that is more well-respected than the Sigma.
The Sigma Art lens is an outstanding lens that will keep you coming back to Sigma for years to come.