Sigma 16mm, 30mm, 56mm F1.4 DC DN Lens for Canon EF-M mounts to be Announced Soon!


Good News!!! Sigma will soon announce three new lenses for Canon EF-M mounts: Sigma 16mm F1.4 DC DN, Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC DN and Sigma 56mm F1.4 DC DN lens. Both are expected to be announced on October 18, 2019.


Key features

  • Impressively compact construction with image quality rivaling SIGMA’s Art line.
    To achieve such a compact construction, the lens design is considered based on the capabilities of the camera body function to correct peripheral light amount and distortion. A compactness and lightweight construction combined with superb image quality is achieved.
  • Smooth AF ideal for video shooting
    The combination of optical design for video AF and use of the stepping motor enables smooth and quiet autofocus. This lens is also compatible with the camera’s Face + Tracking AF.
  • Data loaded for compatibility with in-camera aberration correction
    The lenses will be fully compatible* with in-camera aberration correction, which includes corrections for peripheral illumination, chromatic aberrations and distortion. By matching corrections to the optical characteristics of the lens, this function takes image quality to an even higher level.
  • Available Mount Conversion Service
    This service converts the mount of SIGMA lenses to that of a different camera body, allowing photographers to continue using their favorite lenses over the long term regardless of camera system.

The release date of the these three lenses for Canon EF-M mount was decided in July this year by President Yamaki’s presentation. Since Canon EF-M mounts have rarely appeared with AF third-party lenses, Sigma’s lens is highly welcomed by Canon EOS M users.

Recently, it was said that mounts that are difficult to analyze were used, but since Sigma has supported the EF-M mounts, lenses such as RF and Z mounts are likely to appear soon.

Read more Sigma Lens Rumors

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