Popular Sigma Articles for 2013
The Sigma 105mm f2.8 macro lens receives our highest praises for being a fantastic lens for both traditional and macro photography.
Sigma lenses offer great image quality at a fraction of the cost. Check out their top sellers, plus a few of my favorites.
The Sigma DP2 Merrill will blow you away with excellent image quality, but this comes with a steep price tag and a few shortcomings.
Lately we have reviewed the DP2 Merrill, the SD1 Merrill and now the DP3 Merrill - a compact camera with a unique sensor and 50mm lens.
The legendary street photography lens finally gets Sigma's touch. We have nothing but great things to say about this lens!
The Sigma SD1 is well-built and has excellent image quality, but it's slow write times and AF issues leaves us wanting a bit more.
Sigma recently released their Optimization Software and USB dock with significant fanfare. Want to know how it works? Read on.
The announcement of the Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 lens stirred up quite a reaction. Want to know how it performs? We have your preview here.
In the last article, I teased you about how great the image quality is from the Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 lens. Enjoy the eye candy!
Sigma leads the way in the creation of third party lenses. With the addition of their "Art" line, Sigma solidifies their outstanding reputation.
Sigma means business with their 180mm f2.8 macro lens. It's heavy duty and comes with a hefty price tag. Is it worth the cost? See for yourself!
Sigma acknowledges firmware issues with compatibility of the Nikon D5300 and Sigma lenses. But guess what? They are fixing it for free. Thanks, Sigma!
Wow! The Sigma 105mm f/2.8 Macro lens creates some beautiful imagery. I love it. Take a look for yourself.
With all this new technology at her fingertips, what does the Editor of DigitalCameraReview have in her camera bag?
Today Sigma unveiled the world's first telephoto zoom lens with a constant aperture of f/1.8 through the entire focal length.
Poised to knock your socks off, the DP3 is the newest compact camera announcement from Sigma. It has a 46 MP sensor and a 50mm f/2.8 lens.
We couldn't be happier about the recent announcement from Sigma--they are now offering a lens mount conversion service for Sony, Sigma, Pentax, Canon and Nikon mounts.
Sigma Photo Pro 5.5 software sees new updates like monochrome mode interface and perfect fit "auto" mode that is compatible with new Merrill cameras.
Two of Sigma's lenses have been recognized by the Technical Image Press Association as award winners.
Interested in a long telephoto zoom with a wide open aperture? Sigma's got a lens for you. Plus, their USB dock makes it easy to update firmware.