Introducing the world’s first*
large-aperture full-frame wide-angle
zoom lens offering F2 brightness throughout the zoom range.
While offering the premier optics of the Art line,
this lens covers 24mm, 28mm, and 35mm focal lengths.
Incredible performance overturns the conventional perception of a zoom lens.
Instead of changing one high-performance fixed focal length lens for another, simply zoom.
A new zoom lens for 35mm full-frame sensor that offers the quality of a fixed focal length lens at various angle of view.
SIGMA was determined to create a zoom lens that offers the same brightness and resolution as a fixed focal length lens: in other words, the highest level of optical performance. The result of this challenge was the SIGMA 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM | Art, the world’s first zoom to offer a fast F1.8 aperture value throughout the zoom range. Building on this concept, SIGMA has developed the new SIGMA 24-35mm F2 DG HSM | Art for 35mm full-frame sensors. It allows photographers to carry one lens to do the work of three fixed focal length lenses, a 24mm, 28mm and 35mm – with F2 brightness and top optical performance. One package delivers flexible functionality and convenience. In particular, at the 24mm and 35mm focal lengths, this lens offers performance equivalent to that of two prime lenses in the Art line.
Art line delivers high-level artistic expression.
SIGMA is organizing all its interchangeable lenses into three product lines: Contemporary, Art and Sports, each with a distinctive concept. Designed with a focus on sophisticated optical performance and abundant expressive power, our Art line lenses deliver high-level artistic expression. With astonishing rendering performance, they are perfect for landscapes, portraits, still-lifes, close-ups, and general snapshots. They’re made for the kind of photography that unleashes the inner artist. Ideal for studio photography, they offer just as much expressive scope when capturing architecture, starry skies and many other scenes.
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