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Sigma 24-105mm F4 DG HSM Lens for Canon
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- High quality FLD, SLD and Moulded Ashperic optics
- Optical Stabilisation
- High speed and near silent autofocusing
- 45cm Minimum Focussing distance
- 9 blade rounded diaphragm for outstanding bokeh
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|Item Dimensions||10.9 x 8.9 x 8.9 cm||10.4 x 8.34 x 10.4 cm||15.24 x 5.08 x 5.08 cm||8.3 x 8.3 x 11.8 cm||8.89 x 10.67 x 10.67 cm||9.3 x 8.34 x 8.34 cm|
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|Max Focal Length||105 mm||105 mm||105 mm||105||70||70 mm|
|Min Focal Length||24 mm||24 mm||24 mm||24||24||24 mm|
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The Sigma 24-105mm F4 DG OS HSM is the perfect lens in this respect as it covers the basic shooting range from wide to mid-telephoto. Moreover, its constant aperture of F4, OS (Optical Stabilizer) and HSM (Hyper Sonic Motor) enhances the lens' usability. It is ideal for portraits, landscapes and general photography.
This is a lens that represents the concept of Sigma's "Art" line, and it meets the highest standard of their quality tests. For those standard lenses with a high zoom ratio, they tend to show astigmatic aberration, field curvature, distortions and colour aberration. In order to compensate for these, various types of high-performance lenses, such as FLD, SLD and glass-moulded aspheric lenses including double-sided aspheric lens, have been included into the optical system. In addition, it suppresses chromatic aberration very effectively at telephoto-end, and achieves superior image quality throughout the zoom range. This lens overcomes low peripheral brightness that is common for those lenses with similar specifications. Also, the wide filter size 82mm is contributing for superior optical performance.
This lens incorporates an OS system which offers superior stabilization, making it possible to compensate for camera shake even in macro range photography where a small blur can be easily identified.
The lens' wide zoom ring ensures convenient handling. Putting the zoom ring in front allows the lens barrel to be more compact. The inner focusing system eliminates front lens rotation, enhancing the lens' stability and allowing use of Circular Polarizing filters.
Flare and ghosting were thoroughly measured and monitored from an early stage in the lenses development to establish an optical design which is resistant to strong incidental light such as backlight. The Super Multi-Layer Coating reduces flare and ghosting and provides sharp and high contrast images even in backlit conditions.
With a minimum focusing distance of 45cm and a maximum magnification ratio of 1:4.6, this lens is excellent for close-up photography. The 9 blade rounded diaphragm creates an attractive round bokeh at large-aperture settings.
The HSM (Hyper Sonic Motor) ensures a silent, high-speed AF function. Optimizing AF algorithm, smoother AF is achieved. It also enables full-time manual focusing capability which allows sensible focus adjustment by simply rotating the focus ring.
The new product lines incorporate rubber for the attachment part of the provided lens hood. For better usability, the designs of the lens cap and AF/MF changeover switch have been improved. In order to ensure high accuracy of the product, all metallic parts and the new compound material, TSC (Thermally Stable Composite), which has a high affinity to metal parts, are housed internally. On the zoom ring, the last three digits of its release year are engraved so the lens can be identified according to the year of its launch.
Sigma 24-105mm F4 DG HSM
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24-105mm F4 DG (OS)* HSM | A
The Sigma 24-105mm F4 DG OS HSM Art lens is a premium lens designed for full frame cameras and will also work with APS-C sensors with an effective increase in focal length. The 24-105mm F4 is a highly versatile focal range and staple everyday lens. With the increasing resolution power of new sensors, it is designed to bring out the true potential of evolving camera technology. Sigma’s 24-105mm f4 includes proprietary Sigma technology including our Hyper Sonic Motor (HSM) which ensures fast, quiet and accurate autofocusing as well as our Optical Stabilizer (OS) which compensates for camera shake. A 9 blade rounded diaphragm creates beautiful background blur, while FLD and SLD glass elements compensate for various aberrations, distortion and curvature. The use of Thermally Composite Material (TSC) reduces size and weight and as part of the new Global Vision design, it is compatible with the Sigma USB dock for further customization and the new Mount Conversion Service.
USB Dock Compatibility
Sigma has developed special software (SIGMA Optimization Pro) that can update the lens firmware and adjust parameters such as focus.
Since 1961, and with the recent introduction of Sigma Global Vision, we have worked toward one single, simple goal: To hold ourselves to the highest standard of design & manufacturing of imaging products. Photography is all we do. And it’s all we’ve done. So you can rest assured that it’s something we know extensively and care deeply about. You have a vision. We’ve made it our mission.
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I have the 17-35mm f2.8-4 EX DG HSM, 24-70mm f2.8 EX DG Macro and the 70-200mm f 2.8 EX DG HSM Macro, and they all in my opinion produce quality images. The last time I purchased a lens was 9 years ago.
I recently purchased a Canon 5D mark III and wanted a lens to compliment this camera.
I thought of purchasing the Canon equivalent but with all the reviews, it became clear that the Canon was not up to the image quality of the Sigma.
What really sold me was the YouTube's Tony & Chelsea Northrup Sigma 24-105 f/4 Review vs Canon 24-105 f4.
I have used this lens for a few weeks and the quality of the images when viewed in Photoshop is exceptional.
Canon manufactures first class cameras, Sigma manufactures first class glass.
You will not be disappointed in purchasing this lens.
I find this lens to be very sharp and consistent. Focus is quick with a good range of colours.
It is heavy though especially with something like a D750. But that's the price you pay for top quality images. My Lumix GX7 cannot come close to it.
UPDATE: 2 and 1/2 years later and I am still using this lens with my D750. It is an amazing combination. I rarely take the Sigma off, and if I do it is to go light with the Nikon 50mm.
This Sigma is a superb allrounder and is especially good for travel and portrait work. I have really come to love these art lenses by Sigma for portraits as they give a wonderful angelic quality to the final results. We bought a Sigma 28-120 for our Nikon 750 and that was a wonderful lens. This Sigma 28-105 lens only stops down to F4 but to be honest this is enough for 99% of shots. The number of times that you actually need a wider aperture is very limited.
In summary - Great quality, flexibility and great value for money. If I had bought this lens first i would have saved thousands on other lenses for my Sony A99ii.
The Sigma 24-105 mm F4 DG HSM Lens is no exception. I have it mirrored to both Full Frame and APS-C cameras. Obviously, I see better results from the Full Frame camera but the APS-C (crop sensor) cameras do not disappoint.
To get the VERY best from the lens, I strongly urge you to investigate the Reikan FoCal software. Once purchased, the camera and lens can be AF Fine Tuned with ease. Critical as Sigma’s lens’ do suffer from front and back focusing issues. My copy was tolerable but once corrected with FoCal, all of my focused images are now tack sharp.
Believe everything you read about the 24-105; it really is that good! There are tens of reviews on the lens, most of which are credit-worthy. Those that are enthuse about the lens’ quality and ability to render a good image. The only downside, and it’s the ONLY downside, it’s big and it’s heavy. I live with this small issue because the quality of the images are right up there in my opinion.
I tend to carry my camera (Canon 6D Mark II) in a backpack almost all the time, when taking a walk, commuting, etc., as I never know when a nice photo opportunity might pop up. Not being a pro photographer, I wanted to have a single lens that I'd rarely need to replace. Of course, I take it off for specific reasons like macro photography or when I need a telephoto lens, but for most of the photos, this lens does its job remarkably well.
Now I am able to just grab the camera and shoot in practically all everyday situations, without much hassle yet with great results, and I'm really happy to have bought this lens.
I have attached a throw away image taken straight out of the camera at 105mm (F4.5, ISO 200) using this lens on a d750, through a dirty window and without proper setup. Very much a fire and delete image but i feel it demonstrates just how pin sharp even at the extremes of the range it is. The second image is a 100% crop of the original.
Down at 24mm the lens is slightly wide angle on a FF body, perfect for my landscape work and is great for shooting in tight spaces.
Nice boek, not too extreme.
Downsides to the lens. Well, Its pretty heavy and bulky but that's to be expected given its a FF lens and relativity low aperture. I am not sure how i feel about the placement of the focus ring at the base of the lens but im sure over time i will get used to it.
Also, you need to take care of ghosting and lens flare if any light source hits the lens (i would assume due to its slightly convex outer glass).
All in all, a very good FF zoom lens at a reasonable price. I would advise if you want the sharpest image, try to hit F4.5-7, it can be a little more soft either side of this.