The Sigma 35mm f/1.4 was the first lens Sigma introduced in the Art series. When the lens was originally released in 2013, practically every review pegged it to be as sharp as the Zeiss Distagon 35mm f/1.4. In fact, DxOMark scored the lens significantly higher than the Zeiss Distagon and a few points higher than the newest Zeiss Milvus 35mm f/2.0. In one fell sweep, Sigma had shown the imaging world that they could make class-leading lenses and since them, that’s exactly what they’ve been up to. Unfortunately, Sony Alpha users were left high and dry because Sigma wasn’t making the Art series lenses in Sony-E mount, but that changed earlier this year. So obviously, we got our hands on the Sony E-mount version of the 35mm Art lens to see if the lens was worth all the excitement, and fuss.
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