Sony has just completed the Holy Trinity of lenses by releasing a new Sony 16-35mm F2.8 Gmaster Lens. As a part of the Gmaster series, the 16-35 boasts plenty of high end features as well as the promise of incredible sharpness while retaining beautiful defocused areas even at wide apertures. In addition, a super wide 12-24mm F4 lens was also introduced brining another offering to the growing Sony E mount lens lineup. We went hands on with these lenses over several days with both the high resolution Sony A7RII and new powerhouse Sony A9 and the results seem to speak for themselves.
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Stop everything you are buying...The Sigma 85mm F1.4 Art is the lens you want. It simply is one of the greatest lenses every made. With unbelievable characteristics, solid build, and stunning design, what else could you want? Oh, and it's the most affordable 85mm F1.4 around and available for both Canon & Nikon DSLRs. Check out the full review past the break.
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The Canon 40mm f/2.8 Pancake lens finally has a home on the new Canon SL1. We go hands on with the Canon SL1 in order to test the Canon 40mm f2.8 Pancake lens that was made for it. Check out the results.
Head past the break as we compare the new Sigma 50mm f1.4 Art with the Canon 50mm f1.2L and Canon 50mm f1.4. We have a full sharpness test along with the full resolution images for you to download and compare yourself.
The big question is if Sigma 120-300mm f2.8 OS can really match the sharpness of a prime with a 2.8 zoom lens and offer fast enough AF with strong enough build quality to keep up with the best from Canon & Nikon, so lets find out.
Shortly after releasing the awesome Sigma 35mm f/1.4, Sigma has followed up once again with the new cropped sensor lens, a Sigma 30mm f/1.4. This lens boasts some stunning quality with a wide open aperture that will leave the competition behind. Check out the review as we put this new lens through its paces to see what it is capable of. We also bring out the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 to see how close the 30mm comes in quality to its big brother.