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Image stabilization 4.1 2.6 4.7 4.2
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Item Dimensions 2.89 x 2.55 x 2.55 inches 1.8 x 1.8 x 1.23 inches 4.7 x 2.94 x 2.94 inches 4.3 x 4 x 5.3 inches
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The Sigma 30mm 1.4 DC DN Contemporary is a high performance prime with a large aperture of F1.4 designed for APS-C Mirrorless cameras including Sony E mount and Micro Four Thirds. The Contemporary line is part of Sigma Global Vision and is the perfect blend of image quality and compact size. The large aperture is great for lowlight and for creating depth of field and its small size makes it highly portable. A stepping motor provides fast and accurate autofocus and is highly useful for video work. Like all SGV lenses, each lens is hand crafted in our single factory in Aizu Japan, individually inspected before shipping

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  • With nine rounded aperture blades, a stepping ring motor, and compact design
  • Perfect paring of high performance and pricing, Contemporary compactness, Art line Image Quality
  • Accessories Included: Lens Hood, Rear and Front Cap
  • For APS-C Mirrorless cameras including Sony E mount and Micro Four Thirds

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Q: This or the sony 35mm oss? w/c is better?

A: I had both because I couldn''t decide as a new photographer. Fast forward about 8 months la…

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Q: How does this compare to the Sigma 30mm f/2.8? Are there different purposes for each? I …

A: I have the 30mm f2.8 and this 1.4 and I don''t notice much difference under normal conditio…

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Q: hola le queda a una sony A7III

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Zack Nicol
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Awesome lens for both landscapes and portraits - highly recommend!
Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2017
Style: Single
This is my most recent lens purchase and it has quickly become my go-to lens. It is a small, compact autofocus lens that I use for both portraits and landscape photography. The low aperture makes for a nice blurry background and a crisp, clean subject in the foreground. It... See more
This is my most recent lens purchase and it has quickly become my go-to lens. It is a small, compact autofocus lens that I use for both portraits and landscape photography. The low aperture makes for a nice blurry background and a crisp, clean subject in the foreground. It is perfect for if you''re shooting a person or group of people with a nice blurry background behind them. It is also super effective at shooting landscape. It delivers high-quality, crisp images and the autofocus is FANTASTIC. Plus, it costs much less (~$100) than other similar lenses. I can''t recommend this lens enough.
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5.0 out of 5 stars
is excellent for low light conditions have not even had trouble ...
Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2016
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I bought 2 months ago , according DxOMark is the sharpest lens that exists for E mount . my personal opinion, focuses fast enough , is excellent for low light conditions have not even had trouble focusing in low light on my sony a6000 , has a bit of distortion that is... See more
I bought 2 months ago , according DxOMark is the sharpest lens that exists for E mount . my personal opinion, focuses fast enough , is excellent for low light conditions have not even had trouble focusing in low light on my sony a6000 , has a bit of distortion that is easily corrected in Lightroom 6.6 , the build quality is excellent , I give it 5 stars why it is a great product at a very low cost, especially because it is the sharpest lens that exists for E mount , only not recommend it for video because it has no stabilizer.
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mom2girls
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
WARNING! Used lens, not authorized reseller!! Broke < 10 hours of use!! Cost $250 to repair!!
Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2020
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Worked great until it didn''t. After about 10 hrs of use (sitting on a tripod in my house), the iris stopped adjusting, causing the image to be very dark and the autofocus to stop working. The camera will let me adjust the aperture, but the iris doesn''t actually move. I have... See more
Worked great until it didn''t. After about 10 hrs of use (sitting on a tripod in my house), the iris stopped adjusting, causing the image to be very dark and the autofocus to stop working. The camera will let me adjust the aperture, but the iris doesn''t actually move. I have tried it on multiple camera bodies without any luck. I was very happy with the quality of the image and the overall lens value, but breaking after only 2 months of extremely light use is a very unacceptable. Now I''m stuck...

I sent the lens back to the manufacturer and they told me the lens was used AND that the reseller is not authorized so the warranty is null and void! They want $250 to repair!!!
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Providential
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Best prime for E-Mount
Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2016
Style: Single
As many have said, this might just be the best prime lens for Sony''s E-Mount / APS-C cameras. I use it on my Sony A6000, and it''s amazing. Quick pros and cons: Pros: Best-in-class aperture. f1.4 is currently the best available on the market, there is... See more
As many have said, this might just be the best prime lens for Sony''s E-Mount / APS-C cameras. I use it on my Sony A6000, and it''s amazing. Quick pros and cons:

Pros:

Best-in-class aperture. f1.4 is currently the best available on the market, there is no more open lens in this range.

Cheap. Compared to the competition, this lens is an absolute steal. Cheaper than the nearest Sony and Zeiss equivalents.

Amazing quality. I never knew a lens this cheap, and promising f1.4, could ever look this good. Unless you''re a serious photo pro who''s crawling over the pixels in Photoshop, this lens is near perfect at any setting. What small flaws it does have, are almost all easily fixed (e.g. very minor, best-in-class, barrel distortion). Anyone using this for point-and-shoot or basic portraits won''t need to do a thing, it looks great out of the box.

Cons:

No image stabilization. This is really both a pro and a con. You don''t need image stabilization anyway if you shoot with a tripod, so no sense paying for it. If you know anything about setting up your camera, you probably already know how to setup a fast shutter speed using the 1.4 to avoid almost all concerns about shaky hands. However, lacking image stabilization means handheld shots are a fraction slower and less stable than they would be with the Sony-equivalent lens that does have image stabilization. Really, I wouldn''t be worried if you know how to setup a lens, but the Sony is the easier "point and click" lens in the range. If you''re a studio photographer with a lot of lighting who depends on each individual shot being perfect yet you don''t use a tripod, then maybe you''d need to worry. I just shoot in multi-shot mode to make sure I get a good one.

Chromatic aberration. Also called "purple fringing", lenses with low enough f-stop values are prone to splitting the light on the edges of a subject, leading to a bleeding effect where sharp differences in light cause the object to have a purple outline. Note that this outline is normally pretty hard to see unless you''re really blowing up the image (8x10?) or looking for it on a monitor. This is normal, and for this class of lense, this lense is still great for its class. If this is a major concern for you, either shop around, or learn to shoot around it (increase f-stop when shooting sharp light contrasts, for instance).

Zoom by wire. Most e-mount lenses don''t zoom on a 1:1 track with how you spin the ring, they relay that information to the camera which tries to guess what value you''re reaching for. This is totally normal across the range, but some people seem to be bothered by it, so take note. This lens dials in just as well as any of its fly-by-wire competitors, and I find I can get exactly the results I want using the simple "show a zoom during focus" option on my camera.

Overall:

This lens has all the normal flaws of a 1.4 in this price range, but it costs less, and has the lowest f-stop you can get. Absolutely, bar-none the best prime lens for most users. Requires only beginner-level knowledge to make the most out of it. Spend one day looking up tips on shooting with lenses with low f-stops, and you''ll be ready for this.
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Mark M
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent value, very sharp!
Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2018
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I bought this to pair with a Sony A6300 after being unsatisfied with the sharpness of the FE28/2 and the SEL35mm/1.8. The Sigma was highly recommended and in terms of sharpness it''s a nearly impossible to beat APS-C lens for the Sony APS-C system. The caveat is that the... See more
I bought this to pair with a Sony A6300 after being unsatisfied with the sharpness of the FE28/2 and the SEL35mm/1.8. The Sigma was highly recommended and in terms of sharpness it''s a nearly impossible to beat APS-C lens for the Sony APS-C system. The caveat is that the Sigma 30/1.4 does not focus as quickly as the FE28 or SEL35, and I''ve found that it has accuracy issues in low-light more than the FE28 and SEL35. In addition to the focus being less than optimal in low-light I wish the lens were 35mm as I have become very accustomed to that focal range and 30mm is slightly wider than I''d like.

With that said I own the Rokinon 12/2, Sony SEL 50/1.8 and owned the aforementioned lenses. The Sigma 30/1.4 has rarely left my A6300 since buying it, I consider it a must own for sharpness on Sony''s APS-C lineup. I do miss the color rendering, and the focusing quality of the FE28, and the image stabilization of the SEL35/1.8.

If you''re an APS-C shooter on Sony then here is my recommendation go with the 28mm/2 if you want focusing accuracy and speed and don''t mind a slightly wider focal length than 35mm. Go with the SEL 35 if you want image stabilization. Go with the Sigma if you want absolute sharpness.
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G - Men Fan
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great sharpness and light-gathering capability, but poor autofocusing on my Sony a6000.
Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2018
Style: Single
Like many others, I bought this lens for my Sony a6000 because it is the sharpest available and the 30mm (45mm full frame equivalent) is close to the”nifty fifty” focal length so many love. The build quality seems excellent and the weight is reasonable. It’s not a small... See more
Like many others, I bought this lens for my Sony a6000 because it is the sharpest available and the 30mm (45mm full frame equivalent) is close to the”nifty fifty” focal length so many love. The build quality seems excellent and the weight is reasonable. It’s not a small lens, but it doesn’t feel too unbalanced in my hand or on a tripod. The manual focus ring is huge, which is great because I can see myself needing it often. The autofocus can be slow with my camera in single shot autofocus mode, and the lens “hunts” for a second or two before it locks focus. In continuous autofocus mode the lens constantly hunts and never locks focus, so I get frustrated and switch to manual focus. Not a deal breaker for me, because this isn’t a lens I would normally use for fast moving subjects. And I don’t mind not having Sony’s OSS because I probably won’t shoot video with this lens, either. For my purposes, needing a fast sharp lens for indoor or cityscape shooing, this lens is almost ideal. I gave it four stars instead of five only because of the lousy autofocus ability, but I’m still glad I bought this lens over the native Sony 35mm.
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Shawn H.
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great Price, but horrible Chromatic Aberration issue
Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2021
Style: Single
Ordered a copy of this lens because Sony lenses are so ridiculously high priced it''s not funny at all and this was absolutely the least expensive auto focus F1.4 I could find for Sony''s E mount. Attached this bad boy to an A7RIV, set to Crop Mode and opened the aperture to... See more
Ordered a copy of this lens because Sony lenses are so ridiculously high priced it''s not funny at all and this was absolutely the least expensive auto focus F1.4 I could find for Sony''s E mount. Attached this bad boy to an A7RIV, set to Crop Mode and opened the aperture to 1.4 as this is what I needed.
My only gripes are:
1) The crazy amount of chromatic aberration in contrast areas make this thing seem like a lens from the 1970s. My eyes were drawn right to the thick purple and green color fringing and made the photos I snapped useless for my purposes. Even after applying lens corrections in Lightroom the fringing was highly visible. I found myself decreasing purple and green in the photos just to get something that looked okay but that''s not a fix. Just look at the edges in the two photos I have included with this review. Just not acceptable for me. If your looking for social media only pics then the lens could be a decent choice at f1.4
2) The autofocus is slower and not as accurate as my Sony lens or the Tamron lenses I have.

I sent this lens back the very next day and will be ordering something else.
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Long Long Honeymoon
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The Loloho Review: "Sharper than a Hanzo sword. Faster than Usain Bolt. Great value."
Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2016
Style: Single
(NOTE: If you like this written review, do a search for “Loloho Photo” to find my complete video review! Also, this written review will be updated with more information as I gain experience with the lens.) First, my frame of reference: I own the Sony Zeiss FE 35,... See more
(NOTE: If you like this written review, do a search for “Loloho Photo” to find my complete video review! Also, this written review will be updated with more information as I gain experience with the lens.)

First, my frame of reference: I own the Sony Zeiss FE 35, Sigma 30mm f/2.8, Sony FE28 f2, and Sony/Zeiss 24 f/1.8. Yes, I suffer from a severe case of Gear Acquisition Syndrome (GAS). The only treatment is the constant purchase of new camera gear. If not for the steady supervision provided by my vigilant wife, I''d have already declared bankruptcy by now. Thankfully, I was able to secretly sell some blood plasma to get my hands on a copy of this lens.

Sigma sent shock waves through the camera world when it announced this 30mm f/1.4 lens for Sony E and Micro 4/3. Even though APS-C sensor cams like the a6300, a6000, and a5100 sell faster than Spock ears at a Star Trek convention, in recent years Sony has delivered nothing but full frame glass - mostly of the “expensive and heavy” variety. So Sigma''s announcement of this native APS-C lens was met with enthusiastic cheers. (No pom poms, though.)

Alas, unboxing the lens revealed an immediate disappointment – no lens case! All of my other Sigma lenses (including the “Art” series) have included nice padded and zippered cases, so the exclusion of a case was a letdown. Tsk, tsk, Sigma... My poor "Contemporary" lens feels naked without a matching case.

Fortunately, matters improved upon examining the lens itself. With the Contemporary series, Sigma has returned to a more traditional styling. Gone is the smooth metal barrel of the “Art” series. In its place is a more traditional ridged polycarbonate appearance with a dash of metal to boot. Sigma calls the material Thermally Stable Composite (TSC) and it''s supposed to handle changes in temperature well. Anyway, I''m happy to see grippy rubber ridges on the lens barrel; now I can eat greasy French fries without fear of the lens slipping through my fingers at a crucial moment.

The lens is made in Japan - not Thailand, China, or Bangladesh. Build quality is completely decent. It''s not pretending to be a vintage Leica or Nikkor, but it suits a modern Sony body quite nicely.

In fact, the lens feels great attached to a Sony a6000 or a6300. Goldilocks would approve of the handling: it''s just right. The weight is manageable at 9.35 ounces. There''s some substance here, but nothing that would prevent you from toting this well balanced rock all day long.

The thing is just under 3 inches long (that''s what she said!) so it''s not terribly bulky.

The front filter thread is 52mm, unusual for Sony E-Mount lenses. This will work nicely for those of you who have Nikon glass and filters lying around. If you''ve invested in 49mm filters for your other Sony lenses, then you may want to buy a step-up (or is it step-down?) ring.

And speaking of rings, the manual focus ring is YUUUUGE. Personally I like the massive manual focus ring and its reassuring rubber grip. Although focus is by wire, the ring appears to have been dampened. It turns with a smooth buttery feel. When manually focusing this lens wide open, you will want all of the control you can muster.

Why, you ask? Well, there''s one main reason you buy this lens, and it ain''t the fancy plastic: f/1.4, baby!

Let''s say it again, all together: f/1.4.

f/1.4.

EFFFF... ONE POINT FOUR....

Ahhhhh, that felt good, didn''t it?

Indeed, this lens is faster than a Ferrari Enzo running on 110 octane with a stuck gas pedal. It''s faster than Usain Bolt after drinking three tall pints of Red Bull. It''s faster than... well, you get the idea.

The lens has a maximum aperture of f/1.4. This means loads of light, and a razor thin focal plane.

You want bokeh? You got it!

The bokeh, or out of focus areas, that this lens produces are smooth and beautiful. The lens has a rounded 9-bladed aperture. Bokeh is creamier than a Breve latte . If you want to see your subject swimming in a veritable sea of blurry background bliss, this is your lens.

What''s arguably more important than background blur? Acuity, which is a fancy word that photo nerds say instead of “sharpness.” Thankfully, this lens delivers optical acuity. Yes, it''s sharp.

How sharp? Sharper than a Hattori Hanzo sword. It''s reasonably sharp wide open, thank goodness, and matters improve as it''s stopped down a bit. By f/5.6, you risk slicing your eyeballs. This is why we buy prime lenses, folks.

What about the focal length? Well, on an APS-C camera 30mm translates to a 45mm field of view. Personally I''m fond of the focal length, as it delivers a fine “normal” perspective. Again, Goldilocks would approve: it''s not too wide, and not too narrow. You see something similar to what the human eye sees.

The lens is thus an ideal walkabout type of lens. The fast aperture means you can take it into just about any lighting situation. It''s useful indoors and outside.

It''s great for shots of people and contextual portraiture. It''s good for street photography and landscape. It''s excellent for museum shots of stuffed wombats, too. (Just a suggestion.)

The minimum focus distance is a decent 11.81 inches. While not as short as the wonderful Sony/Zeiss 24mm f/1.8, it''s not half bad. No, it won''t replace your macro lens. But if you want to get a dreamy shot of your fettucine alfredo before scarfing it down your gullet, this lens will get the job done.

Downsides? HOLY PURPLE FRINGING, BATMAN! When shooting wide open, sometimes high contrast areas can exhibit signs of lateral chromatic aberration in the form of purple fringing. Yes, The Artist Formerly Known As Prince (may he rest in peace) would have loved this lens.

Ahhh, purple fringing – the unsightly dandruff of photography. Unfortunately, the purple fringing here is pretty extreme. Take a shot wide open and examine the high contrast areas. You will hear the song "Purple Rain" playing in your head, again and again.

Fortunately purple fringing is easily solved in post processing with a simple one click treatment. If you have the software (Adobe Lightroom is what I use) and your right finger is capable of clicking a mouse button, you need not fret too much over purple fringing. Or you can stop down your aperture a bit to keep things under control.

There''s also some distortion. If you shoot JPGs you won''t need to worry about it, since it will be automatically fixed in camera. If you like to develop RAW files, well, you''ll want to correct the distortion. If you have tried the FE28, then you know the drill. Again, it''s not really a big deal in these digital days.

So what''s the bottom line? Not only does this lens offer performance comparable or better than the lenses I mentioned above, the price is pretty great. Sure, it costs more than the Sigma 30mm f/2.8 Art series, but in exchange for a little extra cash you get a fast fast fast f/1.4 aperture. To my knowledge, this is the only native APS-C f/1.4 autofocusing lens for Sony E-Mount. (Sure, there''s the massive SEL35F14Z 35mm f/1.4 full frame lens, but that will cost you an extra $1200 or so, and you need a forklift to carry it.)

The Sigma 30mm is a lot cheaper than the sublime Sony Zeiss 24mm f/1.8. If you want to pony up the cash for the Zeiss, you''ll get a slightly wider focal length, a shorter minimum focus distance, and those mythological Zeiss colors (including a nice blue badge). I love my 24mm, and would never discourage anyone from buying one. But you can pick up this Sigma and keep around $700 in your pocket. Your choice. With the Sigma you''ll have a faster lens, but you''ll also have purple fringing.

I was tempted to dock Sigma a star for the stingy exclusion of a proper case. But for now, I''ll be kind and simply wag my finger in their direction. After all, Sigma has delivered where it counts most. They''ve given E-Mount shooters a sharp fast normal APS-C prime at a reasonable price. Let''s hope they sell a lot of these things and are motivated to keep making more. Next time, maybe they''ll do a better job with the purple stuff.

Go ahead. If you want it, buy it. I think you will like it.

(As mentioned at the outset, if you like this written review, do a search for “Loloho Photo Sigma 30 Contemporary” to find my complete video review! Also, this review will be updated as I gain more experience with the lens. Thanks and happy shooting.)
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Jake
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Amazing, Sharp, Bright low-light
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 4, 2019
For the price, this lens''s performance is amazing. It takes brilliantly sharp images and amazing bokeh depth of field with the wide aperture this lens provides. Low light performance is also amazing. I would absolutely recommend this lens to someone who is looking for a...See more
For the price, this lens''s performance is amazing. It takes brilliantly sharp images and amazing bokeh depth of field with the wide aperture this lens provides. Low light performance is also amazing. I would absolutely recommend this lens to someone who is looking for a good performance lens at a cheap price (In the photography world). I should note, that as of the time of this review, the details provided in the advertising of this product on this amazon page states that it has a 7x optical zoom. This is not the case, since it''s a prime lens.
For the price, this lens''s performance is amazing. It takes brilliantly sharp images and amazing bokeh depth of field with the wide aperture this lens provides. Low light performance is also amazing. I would absolutely recommend this lens to someone who is looking for a good performance lens at a cheap price (In the photography world).

I should note, that as of the time of this review, the details provided in the advertising of this product on this amazon page states that it has a 7x optical zoom. This is not the case, since it''s a prime lens.
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
LÖSUNG: Autofokus Blende f2 Fehler
Reviewed in Germany on April 26, 2018
Blende f2 Fehler: Auch ich habe ein Objektiv erhalten, welches nicht korrekt bei Blenden zwischen 1.6 bis 2.0 in AF-S an meiner a6300 fokussierte. Die fehlende Schärfe ist sehr gering und nur in der 100% Ansicht sichbar, daher von vielen vielleicht nicht wargenommen. Die...See more
Blende f2 Fehler: Auch ich habe ein Objektiv erhalten, welches nicht korrekt bei Blenden zwischen 1.6 bis 2.0 in AF-S an meiner a6300 fokussierte. Die fehlende Schärfe ist sehr gering und nur in der 100% Ansicht sichbar, daher von vielen vielleicht nicht wargenommen. Die Umschaltung auf AF-C half nur bei mittig plazierten Fokusfeldern, plazierte ich sie aussermittig hatte ich wieder eine Unschärfe. Nach einigen Test fand ich dann doch eine Lösung: =================================================================================================== Bei verwendung des Fokusfeld "Erweiter. Flexible Spot." traf der Autofokus sowohl bei AF-S als auch bei AF-C, mittig und seitlich plaziert. =================================================================================================== Zum Objektiv: Abgesehen von der o.g. Einschränkung ist es ein tolles Objektiv, über welches hier schon viel positives geschrieben wurde. Dies kann ich so bestätigen. Offenblendig gut, 1/3 Blende abgeblendet sehr scharf. Da ich jedoch schon das Sigma 30mm f2,8 DN besitze welches ab Blende 2.8 beide die absolut identische Bildqualität liefert und mir die Unschärfe bei 1.4 nicht ausreicht (hier muss man dann wohl ins FF wechseln) habe ich es zurück gesand. Ich hoffe diese Rezension kann einigen helfen mit diesem Objektiv glücklich zu werden.
Blende f2 Fehler:

Auch ich habe ein Objektiv erhalten, welches nicht korrekt bei Blenden zwischen 1.6 bis 2.0 in AF-S an meiner a6300 fokussierte.
Die fehlende Schärfe ist sehr gering und nur in der 100% Ansicht sichbar, daher von vielen vielleicht nicht wargenommen.
Die Umschaltung auf AF-C half nur bei mittig plazierten Fokusfeldern, plazierte ich sie aussermittig hatte ich wieder eine Unschärfe.
Nach einigen Test fand ich dann doch eine Lösung:

===================================================================================================
Bei verwendung des Fokusfeld "Erweiter. Flexible Spot." traf der Autofokus sowohl bei AF-S als auch bei AF-C, mittig und seitlich plaziert.
===================================================================================================

Zum Objektiv:

Abgesehen von der o.g. Einschränkung ist es ein tolles Objektiv, über welches hier schon viel positives geschrieben wurde.
Dies kann ich so bestätigen. Offenblendig gut, 1/3 Blende abgeblendet sehr scharf.

Da ich jedoch schon das Sigma 30mm f2,8 DN besitze welches ab Blende 2.8 beide die absolut identische Bildqualität liefert und mir die Unschärfe bei 1.4 nicht ausreicht (hier muss man dann wohl ins FF wechseln) habe ich es zurück gesand.

Ich hoffe diese Rezension kann einigen helfen mit diesem Objektiv glücklich zu werden.
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3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
No es tan bueno.
Reviewed in Spain on September 20, 2018
Modifico mi reseña porque con el uso comprobé que la nitidez central es buena y la nitidez de esquina es decente incluso totalmente abierto. Compré este objetivo motivado por las buenas críticas y reseñas, se supone que es de lo mejorcito para la A6000 y.... Bueno, no es...See more
Modifico mi reseña porque con el uso comprobé que la nitidez central es buena y la nitidez de esquina es decente incluso totalmente abierto. Compré este objetivo motivado por las buenas críticas y reseñas, se supone que es de lo mejorcito para la A6000 y.... Bueno, no es así la verdad, lo comento por puntos. Nitidez: La nitidez está en el lado alto, aunque en su día lo comparé con el zoom de mi RX-10 y quedé decepcionado, después lo he comparado con otros objetivos (Sony E 35 1.8, Sony E 30 3.5 macro y Sony E 50 1.8) y es bastante bueno, mucho más que el Sony E 35mm 1.8 sobre todo en las esquinas y hasta f5.6 (Donde más o menos se igualan), está a la altura de mi Sony e 50mm 1.8 que es bastante bueno. Distorsión y Aberraciones: Terrible, no puedo adjetivarlo de otro modo, no me entra en la cabeza que una focal fija tenga una distorsión tan notable que llega casi a un 2% y es completamente apreciable a simple vista. Que si, que la cámara lo "corrige", y que hay perfil en los editores Raw... Pero es que no estamos hablando de un angular, en ese caso lo podría entender, el estupendo Sony 50 1.8 OSS no tiene distorsión, ni el baratisimo 30mm 3.5 macro, que es la misma focal. ¿Y la aberración cromática lateral? a f1.4 es posiblemente la peor que he visto, algo mejora cerrando pero vamos ni con esas se acerca a otros objetivos... Aunque esto sí que se corrige fácilmente con Capture One o cualquier editor Raw pero si disparas en JPG es un problema. También es bastante mala la "llamarada" y "fantasmas" en cuanto le roza un rayo de sol o de luz artificial. Enfoque: El autoenfoque es malo, "respira" y "caza", incluso a f1.4 en condiciones de buena luz, la cosa empeora cerrando diafragma. Todo esto con bastante ruido y una leve vibración, a años luz de un objetivo Sony como puede ser el 50 1.8 OSS, pero es que tuve un sigma 19mm 2.8 y el enfoque aunque no era compatible con todas las funciones como este, era bastante más rápido. El enfoque manual va bien, la rueda es suave, el problema es el enfoque a infinito, que no coincide con el infinito, ni con nada, te tienes que fiar del Focus Peaking o de tu vista, porque un buen trozo antes de llegar a la marca de infinito ya estará en enfoque lejano para paisaje. Construcción: La calidad de construcción es una mezcla, el acabado es metalico y la rueda de enfoque manual va muy suave, la "bayoneta" es metálica también. El problema son las partes plásticas, que son del peor plástico "made un Taiwán", el borde de la objetivo, la rosca de filtro, la tapa de la lente, incluso la tapa trasera, pésimo, el peor ya digo es el frontal del objetivo. Con todo esto no puedo recomendarselo a nadie con los ojos cerrados, problema es que para este sistema no hay demasidas opciones, tienes el 30 f3.5 que es macro y la apertura lenta, tienes el propio sigma 30 f2.8 que también es lento (sobre todo si tenemos en cuenta la falta de IS) tenemos el 35 f1.8 que es caro y una lotería (una de las que toca, a mi me toco dos veces seguidas y se me quitaron las ganas de volver a jugar... Terrible), y luego está el que tengo actualmente Samayang 35mm f1.2, pero es manual grande y pesado, con lo cual no es para todo el mundo, probablemente este sigma es la opción más equilibrada para fotografía (no hago video pero el ruido de enfoque no creo que sea nada recomendable para ello) pero, lo mejor es probarlo, alguno pensará que me ha tocado una "mala copia", quien sabe, aunque según los señores de sigma sus objetivos son fabricados en Japón (se esfuerzan mucho en promocionarlo) y comprobados uno a uno bajo los más altos estándares de calidad (comprobados con el sistema A1 antes de ser entregados dicen), no debería ser una mala copia entonces ¿No?. Bueno y si lo es, pues que se pongan las pilas y no produzcan copias así, no tenemos tiempo de andar probando objetivos, no somos beta-tester, pagamos por un producto en condiciones, comprobado y listo para usar. Quizá por el precio que tiene tampoco se le pueda exigir más, pero vamos, nitidez decente pero aberraciones horribles, calidad de construcción normalita, sin sellado contra el clima, sin estabilizador, AF ruidoso y que "respira"... Visto así una ganga no es tampoco. Una última cosa, este objetivo lo he visto en tienda física y las cajas tenían un precinto de plástico fino transparente, como garantía o "precinto" de seguridad, a mí este me ha llegado sin nada, lo he comprado a Amazon.es no a Marketplace, no tengo manera de saber si ha sido utilizado antes, el objetivo estaba perfecto y no mostraba ningún signo ni mancha, no sé si Sigma los envía ahora así, el caso es que os recomiendo que lo compréis a un vendedor de vuestra absoluta confianza o directamente a Amazon como yo.
Modifico mi reseña porque con el uso comprobé que la nitidez central es buena y la nitidez de esquina es decente incluso totalmente abierto. Compré este objetivo motivado por las buenas críticas y reseñas, se supone que es de lo mejorcito para la A6000 y.... Bueno, no es así la verdad, lo comento por puntos.

Nitidez: La nitidez está en el lado alto, aunque en su día lo comparé con el zoom de mi RX-10 y quedé decepcionado, después lo he comparado con otros objetivos (Sony E 35 1.8, Sony E 30 3.5 macro y Sony E 50 1.8) y es bastante bueno, mucho más que el Sony E 35mm 1.8 sobre todo en las esquinas y hasta f5.6 (Donde más o menos se igualan), está a la altura de mi Sony e 50mm 1.8 que es bastante bueno.

Distorsión y Aberraciones: Terrible, no puedo adjetivarlo de otro modo, no me entra en la cabeza que una focal fija tenga una distorsión tan notable que llega casi a un 2% y es completamente apreciable a simple vista. Que si, que la cámara lo "corrige", y que hay perfil en los editores Raw... Pero es que no estamos hablando de un angular, en ese caso lo podría entender, el estupendo Sony 50 1.8 OSS no tiene distorsión, ni el baratisimo 30mm 3.5 macro, que es la misma focal.

¿Y la aberración cromática lateral? a f1.4 es posiblemente la peor que he visto, algo mejora cerrando pero vamos ni con esas se acerca a otros objetivos... Aunque esto sí que se corrige fácilmente con Capture One o cualquier editor Raw pero si disparas en JPG es un problema.

También es bastante mala la "llamarada" y "fantasmas" en cuanto le roza un rayo de sol o de luz artificial.

Enfoque: El autoenfoque es malo, "respira" y "caza", incluso a f1.4 en condiciones de buena luz, la cosa empeora cerrando diafragma. Todo esto con bastante ruido y una leve vibración, a años luz de un objetivo Sony como puede ser el 50 1.8 OSS, pero es que tuve un sigma 19mm 2.8 y el enfoque aunque no era compatible con todas las funciones como este, era bastante más rápido. El enfoque manual va bien, la rueda es suave, el problema es el enfoque a infinito, que no coincide con el infinito, ni con nada, te tienes que fiar del Focus Peaking o de tu vista, porque un buen trozo antes de llegar a la marca de infinito ya estará en enfoque lejano para paisaje.

Construcción: La calidad de construcción es una mezcla, el acabado es metalico y la rueda de enfoque manual va muy suave, la "bayoneta" es metálica también. El problema son las partes plásticas, que son del peor plástico "made un Taiwán", el borde de la objetivo, la rosca de filtro, la tapa de la lente, incluso la tapa trasera, pésimo, el peor ya digo es el frontal del objetivo.

Con todo esto no puedo recomendarselo a nadie con los ojos cerrados, problema es que para este sistema no hay demasidas opciones, tienes el 30 f3.5 que es macro y la apertura lenta, tienes el propio sigma 30 f2.8 que también es lento (sobre todo si tenemos en cuenta la falta de IS) tenemos el 35 f1.8 que es caro y una lotería (una de las que toca, a mi me toco dos veces seguidas y se me quitaron las ganas de volver a jugar... Terrible), y luego está el que tengo actualmente Samayang 35mm f1.2, pero es manual grande y pesado, con lo cual no es para todo el mundo, probablemente este sigma es la opción más equilibrada para fotografía (no hago video pero el ruido de enfoque no creo que sea nada recomendable para ello) pero, lo mejor es probarlo, alguno pensará que me ha tocado una "mala copia", quien sabe, aunque según los señores de sigma sus objetivos son fabricados en Japón (se esfuerzan mucho en promocionarlo) y comprobados uno a uno bajo los más altos estándares de calidad (comprobados con el sistema A1 antes de ser entregados dicen), no debería ser una mala copia entonces ¿No?. Bueno y si lo es, pues que se pongan las pilas y no produzcan copias así, no tenemos tiempo de andar probando objetivos, no somos beta-tester, pagamos por un producto en condiciones, comprobado y listo para usar. Quizá por el precio que tiene tampoco se le pueda exigir más, pero vamos, nitidez decente pero aberraciones horribles, calidad de construcción normalita, sin sellado contra el clima, sin estabilizador, AF ruidoso y que "respira"... Visto así una ganga no es tampoco.

Una última cosa, este objetivo lo he visto en tienda física y las cajas tenían un precinto de plástico fino transparente, como garantía o "precinto" de seguridad, a mí este me ha llegado sin nada, lo he comprado a Amazon.es no a Marketplace, no tengo manera de saber si ha sido utilizado antes, el objetivo estaba perfecto y no mostraba ningún signo ni mancha, no sé si Sigma los envía ahora así, el caso es que os recomiendo que lo compréis a un vendedor de vuestra absoluta confianza o directamente a Amazon como yo.
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Ralf Tenbrink
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sharpest lens I own.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 19, 2017
This is the sharpest lens in my bag. Unbelievable for the price tag. Great walk around lens. Ideal for street photography and many other types of photography. This stays almost constantly on one of my cameras. It does hunt a tiny bit but not always and it is still so fast...See more
This is the sharpest lens in my bag. Unbelievable for the price tag. Great walk around lens. Ideal for street photography and many other types of photography. This stays almost constantly on one of my cameras. It does hunt a tiny bit but not always and it is still so fast that I did not even realize it in the beginning. For me it''s totally acceptable and I recommend this lens under would buy it again without hesitation.
This is the sharpest lens in my bag. Unbelievable for the price tag. Great walk around lens. Ideal for street photography and many other types of photography. This stays almost constantly on one of my cameras. It does hunt a tiny bit but not always and it is still so fast that I did not even realize it in the beginning. For me it''s totally acceptable and I recommend this lens under would buy it again without hesitation.
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Vsteel
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Suberb prime lens
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 15, 2018
I almost regreted my choice prior to delivery thinking the Sony 35mm 1.8 lens might have been the better choice. Now the Sigma has arrived I am pleased to say it is superb. Firstly the reviews, although very good, point out the fact that oss is not availabe for this lens...See more
I almost regreted my choice prior to delivery thinking the Sony 35mm 1.8 lens might have been the better choice. Now the Sigma has arrived I am pleased to say it is superb. Firstly the reviews, although very good, point out the fact that oss is not availabe for this lens unlike the sony lens. Also the sigma is noisy when auto focusing. Considering I wanted a lens that deals with low light in video as well as stills I had concerns aboit my choice. I need not have worried. On video, the lack of oss seems to make little difference. Just be aware, work smoothly or simply support the camera where possible. But then isnt that just old school common sense, dating back to when image stabalization didnt exist ?? And as far as auto focus motor noise. No more or less than my sony lenses, ie kit, pancake and 18-200. I noticed the latest firmware is already installed which maybe addresses some of the negatives on some reviews. All I can say is absolutely no regrets with this gem of a lens. Its fast crisp superb for low light and portrait. And its 30mm instead of sonys 35 which makes it more useable for general use, getting that extra bit more into the frame when needed. To conclude no regrets from me 👍
I almost regreted my choice prior to delivery thinking the Sony 35mm 1.8 lens might have been the better choice. Now the Sigma has arrived I am pleased to say it is superb. Firstly the reviews, although very good, point out the fact that oss is not availabe for this lens unlike the sony lens. Also the sigma is noisy when auto focusing. Considering I wanted a lens that deals with low light in video as well as stills I had concerns aboit my choice. I need not have worried. On video, the lack of oss seems to make little difference. Just be aware, work smoothly or simply support the camera where possible. But then isnt that just old school common sense, dating back to when image stabalization didnt exist ?? And as far as auto focus motor noise. No more or less than my sony lenses, ie kit, pancake and 18-200.
I noticed the latest firmware is already installed which maybe addresses some of the negatives on some reviews. All I can say is absolutely no regrets with this gem of a lens. Its fast crisp superb for low light and portrait. And its 30mm instead of sonys 35 which makes it more useable for general use, getting that extra bit more into the frame when needed. To conclude no regrets from me 👍
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