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Sigma C 65 mm f/2 DG DN

Sigma C 65 mm f/2 DG DN
27 February 2021
Maciej Lata³³o

1. Introduction

On 1st of December 2020 Sigma presented three new Contemporary series lenses designed for full frame mirrorless cameras - the C 24 mm f/3.5 DG DN, the C 35 mm f/2 DG DN and the C 65 f/2 DG DN. Mind you, the same press release also informed that in reality you dealt here with the I series which would be comprised of compact fixed-focal lenses of premium quality. The word 'premium' was supposed to depict both optical and mechanical qualities of these instruments: the casing of these lenses would be made of metal and their production was supposed to be located in Japan.

The Sigma C 35 mm f/2 DG DN we've already managed to test. Now the time has come for the 65 mm device – the results of our testing procedures you can find in the following chapters - enjoy your reading!

We would like to thank K-Consult, the Sigma products distributor for Poland, for a very quick and efficient delivery of the final model to our office.


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Sigma C 65 mm f/2 DG DN - Introduction

Sigma C 65 mm f/2 DG DN - Introduction

You are also invited to get acquainted with our test procedure, described in the article "How do we test lenses?" If you feel it’s still not enough, please go to our FAQ section where you can find some further explanation.