24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A

Modern Workhorse
Lenses, Standard Lenses, OS Lenses, USB Dock Compatible, MC-11 Compatible, Hardworking Art Duo
Creative, Travel, Landscape, Wedding & Events, Portrait, Family, Specialty
  • Flagship of the ART line
  • Exceptional optical performance ideal for ultra-high megapixel cameras
  • Dust/splash-proof construction
  • Newly designed HSM with faster, yet smoother focusing
  • Optical Stabilizer functionality 
  • Electromagnetic aperture control (for Nikon) 
  • Handcrafted in Japan 

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Art Lens
AArt Lens

Engineered for those who see photography as a critical expression of self, our Art line offers sophisticated optical performance and abundant expressive power to deliver faithfully on your artistic vision.

DGDG for Digital

Designed to deliver the ultimate in performance on full-frame digital SLRs, Sigma DG lenses also bring out the best in 35mm SLR film cameras and APS-C size DLSRs.

HSMQuiet & Fast Autofocusing

This lens uses a motor driven by ultrasonic waves to provide a quiet, high-speed AF.

IFInner Focus

To ensure stability in focusing, this lens moves the inner lens group(s) without changing the lens' physical length.

OSOptical Stabilizer

This function utilizes a built-in mechanism that compensates for camera shake. It dramatically expands photographic possibilities by alleviating camera movement when shooting by hand held camera.

Price: $1,299.00

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Price: $1,299.00
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The Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 DG HSM OS Art is a premium workhorse zoom lens designed for the latest high megapixel DSLRs. A constant aperture of 2.8 through the zoom range makes this a highly versatile tool and a brand new Optical Stabilization (OS) system helps compensate for camera shake. Though a common focal length, the Sigma 24-70mm Art brings a new level of usability and durability featuring a rugged metal barrel and an emphasis on image quality. Building off the experience from the 12-24mm Art, the aspherical elements used in the 24-70mm F2.8 OS Art undergo a highly precise level of polishing, producing elements thicker in the center than on the edges. This process creates stunning image quality and beautiful circular bokeh. Like each and every Global Vision Lens, the Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 DG HSM OS Art is handcrafted at our single factory in Aizu, Japan and undergoes individual evaluation before leaving Sigma’s facility.

Portrait - Sara

Judy Host

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/125 sec. F11 160

Portrait- Sara

Judy Host

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/125 sec. F11 160


Jim Koepnick

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/60 sec. F8 200


Jim Koepnick

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 15 sec. F11 200


Jim Koepnick

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/3200 sec. F4.5 400


Jim Koepnick

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 20 sec. F10 200

July 4th

Jim Koepnick

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/4000 sec. F2.8 200

Candy Castle

Jim Koepnick

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/125 sec. F10 1600


Judy Host

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/160 sec. F5.6 160

Portrait - Alexis

Judy Host

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/8 sec. F16 100

Portrait - Sara

Judy Host

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/125 sec. F2.8 500


Andrea Surma

Nikon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/500 5,6 100

First Light :-)

Lost in fields

Vincent Sierra

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/2000 2.8 320

I just received my 24-70 Sigma art and I knew I wanted to use it to create a beautiful, wide angle photograph.

Beauty at the Beach

Mindi Jo Furby

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/320 2.8 200


Nadeem Niz

Nikon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/100s 2.8 400

Mirror of Me

Marcus Lashah Walker

Sony E-mount 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/80 2.8 160

The beautiful uses of reflections.



Sony E-mount 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/250 f2.8 100



Sony E-mount 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/250 f2.8 100

First session at new 24-70 lens, with beauty bokeh..



Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1.422 segundos f/4 400

A portrait, a landscape or a long exposure is just like this new 24-70 Art can with everything. A pleasure to have in a backpack.

Grass Dancer

Mark Lawson

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1000 2.8 100

Grass Dancer Rocking the Rez Pow Wow 2017 Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo

Mist Amongst Forests

Marc Lo

Sony A Mount 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/160 13 100

Encountered this magnificent scenery on our way to Glacier Point after witnessing sunrise at Valley View. Truly spectacular. instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marcblast/ 500px https://500px.com/lohungyui

Start in a Cirle

Vasu Natarajan

Nikon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/1600 f/5.6 200

Like the way it is constructed in a slope

Baby in Nature

Michel Khoury

Nikon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/250 2.8 640

Flare Effect


Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/10 f/16 100

When a natural effect of the optics, when trying to direct the light by its way, it becomes a compositional tool for the artist.


Shreyas Shripad Kashalkar

Nikon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/60 4.5 1000

He is a Music programmer thinking of new music..

Mr Rooster

John Pruitt

Nikon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/1250 f11 3200

Chickens are wild in Hawaii this rooster was at the top of the mountain in Kauai Hawaii.

Wind and Surf

John Pruitt

Nikon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/250 f8 180

Taken on a rainy windy day in Kauai Hawaii


Mike Carroll

Sony E-mount 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/800 6.3 200

Sunset landscape of Bergen County, New Jersey on a great night with nice colors. The Canon EF 24-70 2.8L II lens was used with a Sigma MC-11 adaptor.

dry tortugas national park

Vasu Natarajan

Nikon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/200 f/5.6 200

Fjellsikt.no - Sheeps

Kenneth Fjellsikt Hauen

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/500 2.8 50

https://fjellsikt.no/b/705/ - full size. Amazing lens!

The Strand on Galveston Island

Wesley Brake

Nikon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/80 f/10 100

Thistle Lane

Julie Burr

Nikon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/160 2.8 200

Beautiful wild flowers up in the mountains of Utah.

Spidey Catches Lacewing Fly

AL Ridley

Canon 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/160 with strobe f 8.0 400

In s aeries of 10 shots, this spider captures a lacewing fly for dinner.

Looming Storm

Bill Morgenstern

Sony A Mount 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 1/400 sec f10 400

Dark clouds indicate a storm is on the way over an abandoned farm house in Gillespie County, Texas.

Low Tide

Bill Morgenstern

Sony A Mount 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | A 0.4 sec f16 100

Fernald Cove sunrise at Acadia National Park as seen at low tide with golden light on the forested shoreline during a mid September morning.

Tech Specs


Lens Construction


Lens Construction 19 elements in 14 groups
Angle of View (35mm) 84.1°­ - 34.3°
Number of Diaphragm Blades 9 (Rounded diaphragm)
Mininum Aperture F22
Minimum Focusing Distance 37cm / 15in.
Filter Size (mm) φ82㎜
Maximum Magnifications 1:4.3
(Diameter x Length)
φ88㎜ × 107.6㎜ / 3.5in. x 4.2in.
Weight 1,020g / 35.9oz.
Corresponding Mounts
Sigma HSM
Nikon HSM
Canon HSM
HSM -Hyper-Sonic Motor
DG - DG for Digital Full Frame and APS-C

* The appearance, specifications, and the like of the product are subject to change for improvement without notice.


 Geometrical MTF


 Diffractional MTF


 Effective Distortion


 Relative distortion



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Customer Reviews. 3 review(s)

Review by Rick
Posted on 11/26/2017
Excellent Build Quality and Performance
Sigma’s 24-70 f2.8 ART v2. The wait for me was finally over. After much research I purchased my first ART series lens. This lens traveled to Russia with me my first week of ownership. This is not my first Sigma lens, but is my first ART lens. I was so impressed with the performance and clarity of the contemporary series on my APS-C body that I knew I had to go ART when I went FF. I've paired it with a 6D2. It's 100% compatible. Sigma’s contemporary line is fantastic. The quality and workmanship of the ART series is phenomenal. Big, solid and lots of glass here. At 82mm and 2.24lbs this is a hefty lens. For comparison, Canon’s 24-70 II is 1.77lbs.

Why did I go with the Sigma? I wanted IS. Have a big lens.. shooting in less than favorable lighting.. no tripod. No problem. You’ve been on a shoot all day.. you're tired, fatigued.. IS saves the day. Do you need it, no, but it did give me pause when considering the Canon which is quite a bit more $$$. You do get a lighter lens, and if that is super important to you, buy the Canon. The IS is quiet too. Once again, a feather is Sigma’s cap, remarkable.

Moisture and dust resistance is very high. You can feel the build quality. It's a precision device and this is apparent when you mount and hold it. Controls are smooth, switches have a positive click and are properly recessed so you won’t turn a feature on/off unintentionally. Zoom and focus rings have just the right amount of drag.

In the end what we all want is a lens that helps us take good pictures. This lens has all of Sigma's bells and whistles. It's exceeded my expectations in both performance and budget. The pictures I've captured are stunning. I'm getting fantastic results in less than optimal conditions. Both in poor and low lighting. Also with dimly lit hand held shots. The AF is fast, quiet and razor sharp. I borrowed Canon's 24-70 II the previous week and do not see any difference in image quality or operation. Sharp with beautiful detail and color. Amazing!

Sigma has had a challenging time fulfilling the second round of orders for this lens. Those who ordered early received theirs starting the end of June. By the end of July, this lens was out of stock and unavailable, you couldn't even get it directly from Sigma. You still can’t as of this writing (11-26-17). Took about 5.5 weeks for me to receive my copy. The wait was worth it. So happy with this purchase. It does not disappoint.
Review by Ben
Posted on 8/4/2017
Fantastic Lens
So, I wanna get the elephant out of the room, if focus breathing scares you, this lens does, only to about 60mm, but it is there. To me, it has had little to no effect. All of the competing lenses except the Nikon focus breath, so if focus breathing is worth another $1000, go for it. Otherwise, this lens is sharper than any of the 24-70's I have used. It is wicked fast AF, amazing. The build quality is intense for an art lens, definitely my beefiest lens, I love every part of the build. The vibration compensation is EASILY the best I have ever used. I was able to actually go 8 stops below the reciprocal rule and get multiple sharp shots handheld, and it works much better than the Tamron VC for video, you won't eliminate the need for a steadicam completely, but for amateur videos you can get away with handholding almost any time.
Review by Derob
Posted on 7/7/2017
Yes, it is good!
I have got this lens now for two days - At the time of this review it must be less than a week on the market, indeed I did not hesitate buying because it is days before the summer break.
Having worked for years solely with primes in this range my first shots appeared a little disappointing. However, that was probably because these are close-ups at 70mm f2.8. Here the lens has a marked Halo and it isn't very sharp. The halo is gone at f4.0, and the sharpness OK. My next shots were very convincing however. Full open also at f2.8 it is tack sharp. The real astonishment is that it out performs my prime EF28mm f2.8 IS - except in about mid 30% of the picture, i.e in the center. In particular in the corners this zoom has a markedly better contrast, less chromatic aberration, and is less soft. At both f2.8 and f5.6! Well, could be a focusing issue, so I am curious whether this will be confirmed in better reviews than my limited trial.
So, I would rate it a four star quality, primarily because of the halo at 70mm at 2.8, which is problematic because of portraits, and some the somewhat plasticy looking plastic parts (its build quality appears otherwise quite excellent)

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