276°
Posted 20 hours ago

Sigma 322965 85mm F1.4 DG DN | A For Sony E, Black

£9.9£99Clearance
ZTS2023's avatar
Shared by
ZTS2023
Joined in 2023
82
63

About this deal

Somewhere earlier was stated the adapter caused an off center focus for the sigma lens and people asked again why they bothered to posted the adapted photos still and not redo this with native equipment but no response. We bothered to post them because conducting this test is the only real way to do a direct comparison. in the centre and your landscape shots show more contrast in the centre for the Sony, you need to investigate why this is. My copy of the 135 isn't significantly sharper than my 85 but the overall look of the image is so much more pleasing to my eye.

Users will want to ensure their in-camera lens compensation is turned on, though vignetting does remain prominent when the lens is used at wider apertures.The lens balances well on my Sony a7RIII, although it’s not a light lens it is very light for what it is. We took some images with the Sigma over the past couple of months with our A7R IV outdoors and it was a lot of fun and you can see some of our results here (no retouching of any sorts, just cropping). Both lenses are very good, I have the Sigma 85 Art so my opinion might be biased slightly, The Sony does better than the sigma in regards LoCa but I do feel the sigma is sharper and I do prefer the bokeh from the Sigma, The colour fringing in the Sonys bokeh balls are distracting in the sample images, I feel as both lenses had been adapted to the sony body it is very hard to draw conclusions on which lens is better. This is important as less light reaching the sensor can lead to the requirement of higher ISOs or slower shutter speeds. The Sigma seems to have an edge regarding AF speed, but I did not have the chance to compare them myself.

i'd suggest that you study the list of logical fallacies, and see how much of it applies to what you've posted: https://en. what you failed to mention was that this technology is constantly evolving, so dredging up nonsense that was fixed with updates and the right operator techniques is wrong and misleading. The Sigma has a much deeper and larger hood with a small button for unlocking it which is a nice touch. At f/4 and f/8 they are equally amazing with a very slight advantages over sigma which doesn't necessarily excite me.

In brighter conditions the lens locked onto subject’s eyes with little fuss, aided by the effective real-time Eye-AF on the Sony A7 III. As a result, it is compatible with a variety of mounts like the Canon EF models (like the EOS 6D, EOS 90D, and EOS 5D), Nikon F models (like the D750, D6, and D850), the Sony E, and Leica L. and you can see the differences especially in the shape of the bokeh balls off-center where they look sort of like cat’s eyes wide open but almost full circles at f/1. On the other hand, it's actually about the same size and weight as the DSLR version of the Sigma 85mm F1.

Asda Great Deal

Free UK shipping. 15 day free returns.
Community Updates
*So you can easily identify outgoing links on our site, we've marked them with an "*" symbol. Links on our site are monetised, but this never affects which deals get posted. Find more info in our FAQs and About Us page.
New Comment