Sigma has released three new fixed focal length lenses for its "Premium Compact Primes" I-Series, which can be used with mirrorless full frame and APS-C cameras with Sony&s E- or L-mount. The 35mm F2 DG DN Contemporary, 65mm F2 DG DN Contemporary and the 24mm F3.5 DG DN Contemporary complement the 45mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary, which will be shipped with the Sigma fp 4K RAW camera in October 2019.
In Sigma&s nomenclature, the abbreviation "DG" refers to full format lenses with fixed focal length and "DN" to lenses for mirrorless system cameras. All I-Series lenses have a sealed metal housing, a magnetic lens cap and an aperture ring.
The aperture of the 225g wide angle lens Sigma 24mm F3.5 DG DN Contemporary can be closed from F3.5 up to F22 - its closest focusing distance is 10.8 cm from the sensor and the maximum magnification is 1:2. It has a 55mm thread for mounting filters.
The 325g wide-angle lens Sigma 35mm F2 DG DN Contemporary has a maximum aperture of F2 (minimum F22), a close-up limit of 1:5.7 and a maximum magnification of 27cm - the filter thread is 58mm.
Sigma DG DN Contemporary 24,35, 45 and 65mm
The lightweight telephoto lens Sigma 65mm F2 DG DN Contemporary weighs 405g and has a maximum aperture of F2 (minimum F22), a 62mm filter thread and a close-up limit of 55cm as well as an image scale of 1:6.8.
The already available Sigma 45mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary has a maximum magnification of 1:2, a 55mm filter thread and a maximum aperture of F2.8 (min: F22).
The Sigma 35mm F2 DG DN Contemporary and the Sigma 65mm F2 DG DN Contemporary will be launched in December 2020 at a price of 619 Euro and 699 Euro, respectively. The Sigma 24mm F3.5 DG DN Contemporary is scheduled to be available from early 2021 at a price of 539 Euro.