Product Code: 360965
The Sigma 45mm f2.8 DG DN Lens is designed for combination with relatively small full-frame mirrorless cameras, this standard lens pursues easy operability as a regular prime lens by balancing its easy-to-carry size and high optical performance, thereby embodying the Contemporary line’s development concept of “pursuing optimum balance," and becoming the perfect first lens in the lineup dedicated for full-frame mirrorless cameras.
Newly developed high-performance lens series for full-frame mirrorless cameras
With mirrorless cameras emerging at an accelerated pace, expectations towards lenses suited for high-performance full-frame mirrorless cameras are growing. Unfortunately, many photographers may feel that they have little choices for mirrorless lens systems in terms of performance, size, extensive lineup, and due to the burden of having to use multiple systems. Sigma has thus developed and proposes this new full-frame mirrorless lens series as the optimal solution to this challenge.
High-speed and highly accurate AF enabled by the stepping motor
The lens is capable of smooth, quiet and high-speed AF made possible by a stepping motor, as well as supports Face/Eye Detection AF and video AF. The design gives consideration to MF operations, and a ring of appropriate torque provides good operability.
High build quality and outstanding operability
Because this lens is intended for everyday use, particular attention has been given to build quality and operability. The bayonet hood feels comfortable when removing and attaching, and the lens barrel incorporating metal material as the main part achieves improved durability. Furthermore, thanks to the aperture ring with the right click feeling, comfortable operability during various shooting styles is ensured.
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|Focal Length – Tele (mm)||
|Focal Length – Wide (mm)||
|Maximum Aperture – Tele||2.8|
|Maximum Aperture – Wide||2.8|
|Number of Lens Elements||8|
|Number of Lens Groups||7|
|Sensor Format||Full Frame|
|Angle of view (degrees)||51.3°|
|Minimum Focus Distance (m)||0.24|