Daniel Peters is a freelance Director, Cinematographer and blogger from the nearby London area and an avid user of the Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM | Art and the 50mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art lenses. Daniel puts the new SIGMA 30mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary lens to the test with the SONY A6500. Continue reading
SIGMA’s first short film titled ‘blur’ produced with two of SIGMA’s new cine lenses, which were announced in September 2016: 18-35mm T2 and 50-100mm T2. Both the film and the lenses were in development during approximately the same period. Continue reading
“Behind the Scenes of ‘blur’” is about the making of SIGMA’s short film “blur” and features interviews with the production crew. With a universal message about the magic that photography brings to all our lives, “blur” was in planning at SIGMA for about two years, and production began in the summer of 2016. Continue reading
Introducing the new promotional video of the SIGMA Cine Lenses product line from the SIGMA Corporation.
*Among filters for interchangeable lenses as of December 2015 (SIGMA research)SIGMA offers world’s first* Clear Glass Ceramic protective lens filters. Give your lenses the care they deserve with the true protector. Continue reading
By connecting the USB cable to a computer, SIGMA USB DOCK enables photographers to update the lens firmware and adjust parameters such as focus. It is designed for use with the New Contemporary, Art and Sports product lines. Continue reading
The SIGMA dp0 Quattro is a revolutionary camera, with its high resolution 3 layered Foveon image sensor and incorporates a high performance 14mm F4 lens (equivalent to a 21mm lens on a 35mm SLR).
The third instalment in the series of videos of the Sigma Aizu factory documenting the daily life of our customer support department.
The sequel to the original SIGMA Aizu documentary launched during the release of the Sigma Global Vision product line at Photokina 2012. Sigma Aizu Chapter II was released during CP+ 2014. Continue reading
The introduction video to SIGMA’s one and only manufacturing base, the AIZU factory located in Fukushima, Japan. Continue reading