Teleconverter Bundles

Your world just got even closer. Get Sigma’s best telephoto
lenses and teleconverters at superior price points.

The Contemporary Bundle

A telephoto lens for hobbyists and travelers

150-600mm F5-6.3 | C + TC-1401

The Sports Bundle

A telephoto lens for professionals and advanced enthusiasts

150-600mm F5-6.3 | S + TC-1401

Capture closer, better with Sigma exclusive features:

USB dock compatibility for total customization
Sigma Mount Conversion Service

Zoom Lock operation
A1 MTF testing and individual inspection
4 year warranty
Made in Japan

Portable. Versatile.

The long-reach lens kits.

Full-frame: 150-840mm

APS-C: 225-1260mm

*150-840mm equivalent full frame sensor, 225-1260mm on crop sensor cameras.

A Prudent Pairing

150-600MM + TC-1401

Which Telephoto Lens is Right for you?


Outstanding optical performance in a lightweight package.

  • Splash-proof rear mount

  • Removable tripod foot with tripod collar socket cover for improved hand-holding feel

  • Compact, Lightweight design for extended hand-held photography

  • 4.1” x 10.2”, 4.3 pounds


A go-anywhere hyper-telephoto zoom optimized for professional use.

  • Splash and dust-proof design

  • Aluminum alloy barrel

  • Three point tripod foot and optional Arca-swiss quick release plate

  • 4.8” x 11.4”, 6.3 pounds

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Blog Spotlight

Sports or Contemporary: Which Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 Zoom Lens is Right For You?

With identical focal length and advanced feature sets, these two new zoom lenses share champion DNA. So what’s the difference?

The Sigma 150-600mm Sports and Contemporary Lenses for Bird Photography

Sigma Pro Roman Kurywczak discusses the strengths and differences between the two leading zoom lenses in an informational video.

The Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 | C versus the 150-600mm F5-6.3 | S

The short answer can be summarized as such: two or so pounds, degree of weather-sealing, and around nine hundred bucks.

Sigma 150-600mm | C Pairs Performance with Portability

The lighter weight of this lens, both in the bag, and in the hands, makes the Contemporary version perfect for on-the-go nature and outdoor photography.


Will the Sigma 150-600mm lenses and TC-1401 autofocus on my DSLR?

The Sigma 150-600mm lens and the TC-1401 teleconverter can autofocus on DSLRs capable of AF operation to F/8. Depending on the camera, the number of AF points capable of F/8 operation may vary. On cameras that state autofocus operation to f/5.6, the lens and teleconverter combination will need to be used in manual focus operation. Please check your camera’s manual.

Why are the Sigma 150-600mm zoom lenses variable aperture?

Variable-aperture lens design allows for higher zoom ratios and a smaller overall size of the lens compared to a constant-aperture zoom. Over the 4x zoom range, these lenses lose only 2/3 of an EV of light-gather power.

How effective is the Optical Stabilizer in these lenses?

While OS effectiveness does vary from person to person, our testing indicates that most photographers should be able to use shutter speeds that are three to four stops under the reciprocal of the focal length.

What are the two modes of Optical Stabilizer?

OS 1 detects and corrects both vertical and horizontal camera and lens shake. OS 2 employs the accelerometer to automatically detect panning orientation and corrects accordingly.

How can these lenses customized with the USB Dock and Sigma Optimization Pro?

Lens Customization originated with Sigma. The USB Dock and Sigma Optimization Pro software allow the lens to be hooked to a computer to update firmware and adjust and modify performance characteristics. For example, the most recent firmware update improves Autofocus algorithms to offer an overall speed boost to AF performance. And the two lens Customization settings allows for 16 zone microfocus adjustments, custom focus limiters, additional AF enhancements, manual focus override behavior and Optical Stabilizer preview behavior.

Can the USB Dock and Sigma Optimization Pro recognize the lens, and the lens plus teleconverter?

Yes, Sigma Optimization Pro recognizes the 150-600mm lenses by themselves, and when paired with the teleconverter, allowing for lens customization settings to be optimized for the lens, and the lens and teleconverter combination.

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