Sigma has uncovered four new lenses ahead of the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging show which takes place in Yokohama, Japan this week.

Three of the lenses are designed for use on micro four thirds or Sony E-mount cameras: a 30mm f/2.8 DN, 19mm f/2.8 DN and 60mm f/2.8 DN.

Sigma explains that the 60mm, for example, will deliver the 35mm equivalent of a 120mm lens on a micro four thirds camera, and 90mm on an E-mount body.

The fourth lens, a 30mm f/1.4 DC HSM is aimed at users of APS-C format DSLRs.

UK availability and prices have yet to be announced.

Sigma is expected to reveal two more lenses at the Asia Imaging Fair in Beijing, China from 1-3 April.

  • Ronald Thain

    If the 60mm matches the existing 30mm f/2.8 it’s going on my shopping list. I’ve never been particularly interested in Sigma till I saw the results from the DP2 Merril and I’m quite pleased with the results from my newly acquired 30mm f/2.8 on a Sony NEX C-3. Their latest mission statements are intriguing, too – perhaps you could do a feature on them.