There are Sigma lens deals at B&H. Photographers will save up to $500 and get a free USB dock and filter with select lenses. For the Sigma shooter, like me, pretty much everything is on sale.
Look for the Sony E mount models or Canon EF and convert them with the MC-11. If you don’t already own one, I’d recommend the 35m 1.4 Art. That’s a daily lens. It’s $200 off and ships with a free Tiffen filter.
The 35 lens is equipped with technology including a Hyper Sonic Motor (HSM), floating internal focusing system, SLD and FLD Glass elements. Those assure high speed and accurate autofocusing. The floating focusing system allows for superior optical performance with subjects at a closer shooting distance. The glass elements correct both axial and chromatic aberration. While the large 1.4 aperture make it ideal in low light.
The Sigma 35mm 1.4 DG HSM Art goes with me pretty much wherever I do. The other Sigma lens deals at B&H to consider are the zooms, like the 60-600mm.
It has a range for almost everything.
SIGMA’s adept lens means yo u can carry fewer. The SIGMA 60-600mm has a range for almost anything and is an absolute go-to. A 10x optical zoom means a photographer can shoot an assignment with one lens, two max. An airshow photographer might only bring the 60-600mm to capture the planes and a wide angle lens for the ground, like one of these three SIGMA lenses I reviewed last month.
Sigma Lens Deals at B&H: Wide, Prime, Zoom
Before the 60-600mm, an airshow pro would travel with an entire kit. Now, that’s simply overkill. The 60-600mm is $240 off and it ships with a Tiffen filter and USB dock. Another recommendation is the 100-400, a lens that goes to work. The best deal on this is the kit with the MC-11 for $858. Finally, if you want to save the tax on your purchase, try PayBoo.…
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