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Sigma joins Nikon Z Mount

Posted on Mar 2, 2023

The Sigma DC DN F1.4 trio are designed as crop sensors and control algorithms, built specifically for Nikon Z Mount camera bodies

Sigma is expanding the reach of its crop-sensor lenses, which are already available for Sony E-mount, Canon EF-M mount, FUJIFILM X Mount, Micro Four Thirds mount and L-Mount.

This launch will happen in stages; the first, a trio of F1.4 primes. The 16mm F1.4 DCDN | Contemporary, the 30mm F1.4 DCDN | Contemporary and the 56mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary are sharp, fast and compact crop-sensor lenses.

Expertly crafted to operate seamlessly on Nikon Z Mount cameras, the lenses can be used on full-frame Z Mount bodies in crop mode. They contain specifically developed control algorithms, including AF drive and communication speed and optimisation, while supporting Continuous AF and in-camera aberration correction.

You can use the lenses in a range of environments thanks to the durable rubber seal.

Product name 16mm F1.4 DC DN 30mm F1.4 DC DN 56mm F1.4 DC DN
Lens construction 16 elements in 13 groups 9 elements in 7 groups 10 elements in 6 groups
Angle-of-view 83.2° 50.7° 28.5°
Diaphragm blades 9 rounded blades 9 rounded blades 9 rounded blades
Min aperture F16 F16 F16
Min focus distance 25cm 30cm 50cm
Max magnification ratio 1:9.9 1:7 1:7.4
Filter size φ67mm φ52mm φ55mm
Dimensions (DxL) φ72.2 x 94.3mm φ70 x 75.3mm φ70 x 61.5mm
Weight 420g 285g 295g

For more information on the Sigma DC DN F1.4 interchangeable lenses, go to sigma-global.com

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