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Sigma A 135 mm f/1.8 DG HSM

Manufacturer Sigma
Model A 135 mm f/1.8 DG HSM
Lens style Telephoto
Focal length 135 mm
Maximum aperture f/1.8
Angle of view 18.2 o
Closest focusing distance 0.8 m
Maximum magnification 1:5
Minimum aperture 16
Number of diaphragm blades 9
Auto focus type HSM
Lens Construction 13 elements / 10 groups
Filter diameter 82 mm
Macro No
Available mounts Canon EF
Nikon F
Sony E
Sony FE
Dimensions 91.4 x 114.9 mm
Weight 1130 g
Additional information Announced. 21.02.2017
SLD and FLD elements
Average rating (1 owners reviews)
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Owners reviews (1)
  1. Chambertin
    Chambertin 4 December 2017, 16:31
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    IP 165.225.x.x
    Owner since: 1 month
    Price: €120
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: A quite big and heavy lens. No image stabilization. Rather \"cool\" colors - one has to like this.

    Pros: Very sharp. Stunning image Quality right from f1.8 away. Minimum focus distance of only 0.8m. Fast and (a new Sigma experience) reliable AF on my Nikon D810. Very pleasant, smooth and neutral out of focus areas.

    Summary: Without a doubt an excellent lens, but nearly all modern portrait lenses in the 85-135mm range are sharp nowadays. So you should better check out whether you like the way it renders. A 135mm needs space if you want to do more than headshots and at least a 1/250s, so this one should better be your second or third portrait lens (after a 85 and a 70-200 or so). The Zeiss 135 has the best colors of the bunch (but is manual and expensive), the Samyang 135 is nearly as sharp and cheaper (but manual as well and has the poorer build). The new Nikon 105 f1.4 has maybe the best \"look\" (but is a bit too expensive).