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Sigma 135mm

What is the Sigma 135mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art? Since the inception of its premium Art range of lenses towards the end of 2012, Sigma has gone from strength to…

£1,399.99

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Sigma SD Quattro

Andy Westlake tests Sigma’s unconventional SA-mount mirrorless camera, the sd Quattro

£799.00

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After years in the wilderness, the classic 50mm lens is experiencing something of a comeback, thanks in part to compact system cameras giving these once-unloved lenses a new lease of…

£300.00

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Is the Sigma 24-35mm f/2 DG HSM | A lens a viable alternative to the manufacturer’s wideangle primes? Michael Topham finds out

£799.00

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In our Sigma 24-105mm f/4 DG OS HSM|A review, Andy Westlake tests, the latest lens in Sigma’s Art series – a general-purpose image-stabilised zoom that’s designed for use on full-frame…

£849.99

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The Sigma dp2 Quattro replaces the previous-generation DP2 Merrill, with a radically reworked sensor and strikingly unconventional body. In our Sigma dp2 Quattro review Andy Westlake takes it for a…

£899.00

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Out of Sigma’s freshly reorganised lens line-up comes a new ‘Art’-branded 50mm f/1.4 with claims of superb design and image quality. Richard Sibley puts it through our rigorous testing procedure…

£850.00

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The Sigma DP2 Merrill uses the same 44.3-million-pixel APS-C sensor as its DSLR counterpart, yet it’s a compact camera with a fixed 30mm f/2.8 lens. Read the Sigma DP2 Merrill…

£799.00

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If you photograph sensitive macro subjects, the Sigma 180mm f/2.8 Macro lens, with its minimum focus distance of 47cm, 1:1 reproduction and optical stabilisation, could be the one for you.…

£1,499.00

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Sigma’s most popular macro lens has been updated, with a new design and the addition of optical stabilisation. Mat Gallagher puts the 105mm f/2.8 lens to the test

£690.00

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Apart from its unique sensor design, the SD1 has some other interesting features, especially for fans of infrared photography. Tim Coleman finds out what is on offer

£5,500.00

Sigma’s popular tele-macro lens sees the addition of optical stabilisation and new lens coatings. Mat Gallagher discovers just how good this new version really is

£999.99

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