105mm F1.4 DG HSM | A
starting at As low as $1,599
- Incredible resolution and stunning contrast
- Pin sharp focus with gorgeous, smooth bokeh
- Exceptional peripheral brightness
- Dust and splash resistant structure
- Water and oil-repellent front coating
- Hyper Sonic Motor (HSM) for silent, fast autofocus
- Full-time manual focus override
- Super Multi-Layer Coating reduces flare and ghosting
- Exclusive low-dispersion glass
- Removable Arca-Swiss tripod socket
Imaging Resource 2018 Best Portrait Prime Lens Sigma 105mm F1.4 DG Art
Sigma 105mm F1.4 Art PCMag Editor Choice Award
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- Lens Construction
- 17 elements in 12 groups ?Lens Construction
- Angle of View
- Number of Diaphragm Blades
- 9 (rounded)
- Maximum Aperture
- Minimum Aperture
- Minimum Focusing Distance
- 100cm / 39.4 in.
- Filter Size
- Maximum Magnification
- Weight (DSLR Version)
- 1,645g / 58.0 oz.
- Weight (Mirrorless Version)
- L-Mount: 1,745g / 61.6 oz.
Sony E: 1,720g / 60.7 oz.
- Dimensions (DSLR Version)
- 115.9 x 131.5mm / 4.6 x 5.2 in.
- Dimensions (Mirrorless Version)
- L-Mount: 115.9 x 155.5mm / 4.5 x 6.1 in.
Sony E: 115.9 x 157.5mm / 4.6 x 6.2 in.
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Lens Compatibility Chart
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Geometrical MTF Chart
10 lines per millimeter measure the lens's contrast ability (red lines). Repeating fine parallel lines spaced at 30 lines per millimeter measure the lens's sharpness ability (green lines) when the aperture is wide open.
Diffraction MTF Chart
Diffraction MTF takes diffracted light at every aperture into account which is very close to actual image data. Geometrical MTF does not consider the diffraction quality of light, yet it tends to show higher values than actual image.
The red line illustrates how the lattice pattern will appear in the actual picture when any lens distortion is taken into account.
The image will be seen as expanded (barrel distortion) in negative values or will be seen as a recessed (pincushion distortion) in positive distortion values.
The horizontal axis shows the image height and the vertical axis shows the brightness of the image
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