Hot: Sigma Art Black Friday Sale, Available with Street Price Discount




Sigma started a fantastic Black Friday Sale on Sigma Art lenses. This stacks with our already excellent street prices on Sigma lenses, resulting in excellent savings. These are some of the lowest prices seen yet for these lenses! The final prices are shown below.

These prices are for brand new lenses from Sigma authorized dealers with a 4-year Sigma USA warranty. Please note quantities may be limited, due to the incredible savings.



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One comment on “Hot: Sigma Art Black Friday Sale, Available with Street Price Discount

  1. Kevin Diaz
    November 15, 2018 at 10:20 am

    Sigma art! Love my 50mm f1.4, been using as a portrait lens on my 80D. Destroys the Canon 50mm F1.4, as well as just about all other 50mm lenses (RF 50mm F1.2 looks like it might be the new king). Wouldn’t mind taking a look at that 20mm F1.4 as a fast wide lens for events. Been using the 17-55mm F2.8, which is great, but 2 stops faster light would be quite welcome in the dark environments I’m finding myself in. Really wish Sigma would make a DC 16mm F1.4 like Fuji has, but they don’t and it looks like they have no interest in it either (the one they make is Sony only, and when I asked they just said to look at the 18-35mm). I don’t see Canon doing it either, would cut into the 24mm f1.4 sales.

    Also looking good is that 135mm if you shoot Full Frame. Still works on a crop, but probably too tight to be as useful. Really, I don’t know that there is a bad prime in the art line up. Zooms however suffer th same issues third party zooms tend to suffer, inconsistent AF. They are just more complicated, and without access to the algorithm used to calculate focus it’s hard to get them to be consistent, even with the dock.

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