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Camera Lens Description
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Maximum Focal Length
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Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM Art Lens for Canon Cameras

Redesigned, Reengineered, Revitalized

The staple Sigma 50mm 1.4 DG HSM has been redesigned and re-engineered to set a new standard for the Art line. With a large 1.4 aperture, the Sigma 50mm 1.4 prime lens is a pro level performer for shooting everything including portrait photography, landscape photography, studio photography and street photography. A Hyper Sonic Motor (HSM) ensures quiet, smooth and accurate auto-focusing and paired with Special Low Dispersion (SLD) glass and Super Multi-Layer coating, the 50mm 1.4 is a high performance lens for the modern DSLR sensors. 13 elements in 8 groups allow for unsurpassed performance even at wide apertures and close-up photography is easily managed with a minimum focusing distance of 40cm. The Sigma 50mm 1.4 lens is the new exceptional standard, standard prime.

Dimensions (Diameter x Length): 85.4 x 99.9mm / 3.4 x 3.9 inches.

Weight: 815 grams / 28.7 ounces.

USB Dock Compatibility

Sigma has developed special software (SIGMA Optimization Pro) that can update the lens firmware and adjust parameters such as focus.

About Sigma

Since 1961, and with the recent introduction of Sigma Global Vision, we have worked toward one single, simple goal: To hold ourselves to the highest standard of design and manufacturing of imaging products. Photography is all we do. And it’s all we’ve done. So you can rest assured that it’s something we know extensively and care deeply about. You have a vision. We’ve made it our mission.

  • Completely redesigned and reengineered.
  • Exceptional Image Quality.
  • Incredible focal point sharpness when wide open.
  • Pairs well with Pro-Level DSLR’s.
  • MTF A1-tested.
  • Front & rear lens caps and lens hood (LH830-02) is included.

Description

50mm F1.4 DG HSM ART- redesigned and reengineered to set a new standard for the Art line. A Hyper Sonic Motor (HSM) ensures quiet, smooth and accurate autofocusing and paired with Special Low Dispersion (SLD) glass and Super Multi-Layer coating, the 50mm 1.4 is a high performance lens for modern DSLR sensors.

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Features

  • 75mm equivalent focal length on APS-C cameras, 80mm equivalent focal length on Canon APS-C cameras
  • F1.4 maximum aperture; F16 minimum
  • Ring-type ultrasonic-type AF motor with full-time manual focusing
  • 77mm filters
  • 0.4m/15.7" minimum focus
  • Available in Canon EF, Sony Alpha, Sigma SA, Nikon F (FX) mounts

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Q: Sigma 35mm f1.4 Art Series or Sigma 50mm f1.4? It''ll be going on full frame Canon 5D M III…

A: It depends on what you''re shooting. 35mm gives you a 37% wider viewing angle, so it''s nice…

Josi Kim | 7 years ago

Q: Why should I buy this and not Nikkor 50mm 1.4? Please help me understand the reason.

A: The sigma is superior in distortion control, vignetting, chromatic aberration, and sharpne…

zipzip | 7 years ago

Q: How does the Sony mount version fare? Should I get the Zeiss branded one (not the Otus) in…

A: I do own a mirrorless Sony aps-c cam with e mount and a zeiss 32mm to match it. There are…

rayt | 7 years ago

Q: What is the difference between this lens and theSigma 85mm f/1.4 EX DG HSM Large Aperture …

A: Besides focal length? This is the all new ART line which is considered by many to be the s…

PureClassA | 7 years ago

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PenTop Contributor: Photography
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
By far my favorite lens!
Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2016
Style: CanonConfiguration: US Version
This is my favorite lens andIve used almost every canon L lens under $3000. Its crazy sharp, awesome bokeh, no distortion or vignette that a human being would notice. All lenses distort a little but any larger and this lens would be weird, its construction is... See more
This is my favorite lens andIve used almost every canon L lens under $3000.

Its crazy sharp, awesome bokeh, no distortion or vignette that a human being would notice. All lenses distort a little but any larger and this lens would be weird, its construction is better than canon L lenses its well balanced with a FF DSLR.

I shoot weddings and its on my camera 90% of the time. it absolutely blows every 50mm out of the water including the 1.2. If you need more bokeh than 1.4 use a longer focal length. If you need more sharpness there isnt anything that autofocuses at 50mm that beats this.
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John McPhee
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5 Years Later: Sigma Art is Highest Rated Auto Focus 50mm Lens (DXOMARK) & Excellent Value
Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2019
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Frankly, I was never a big fan of normal lenses. This lens completely changed my mind. I have used this 50mm 1.4 Art lens extensively for 5+ years and it is on my camera most of the time. It was the first small format lens for my Nikon that offered me the kind of resolution... See more
Frankly, I was never a big fan of normal lenses. This lens completely changed my mind. I have used this 50mm 1.4 Art lens extensively for 5+ years and it is on my camera most of the time. It was the first small format lens for my Nikon that offered me the kind of resolution I was used to as a long time large format or view camera photographer. It is also remarkably sharp. Check out the benchmark tests for the very top lenses at DXOMARK. I use mine on an aging D800e like in the ratings. That is also the same coupling used for my Sigma 85mm 1.4 Art lens which still stands at the time of this writing as that site''s #1 rated lens overall. This is not just puffery. I mention this because I was initially very skeptical of Sigma''s dramatic transformation into the league of the highest performance lens manufacturers. I was a reluctant convert. Nothing in SIgma’s history made me anticipate that, which I suppose makes its success all the more noteworthy. Some reviewers have not been able to drop their historical bias against the brand. But the evidence is overwhelming for Art Series lenses. It is also an easily testable proposition.

Every lens manufacturer''s glass color is different and today we have many choices in third party well as Nikon lenses. Nikon lenses tend to be relatively neutral so Sigma Art lenses are close cousins. I need neutral in my workflow. Other people prefer the warmth of other brands’ color. In post production this issue is easily managed either way. Every lens has its own individual look in rendering the world whether that is inside your studio or in the field, sometimes literally in the field. I happen to need high resolution and optical sharpness. My living is based on getting my work reproduced in books and as an artist I make very large prints for galleries and museum exhibitions. Other photographers might not need those characteristics in order to print large but will use them to make high quality prints from cropped images that still hold up very well. This lens performs very well for all those demands and excels when coupled with high resolution sensors and careful use. As you know any lens will appear better or worse depending on the performance capabilities of specific digital cameras and sensors. If you want to see this lens’ full potential you will need to invest in a high resolution camera. That is now all about the coupling of optics and electronics.

[And I add with emphasis, the more you know about pragmatic issues like focussing your camera, manually and with auto focus, the more you will ensure that you are getting the most from what this sophisticated gear has to offer. Skills and knowledge still count and will transform your images as you acquire more. Moreover, courses offering higher levels of decision making can help refine your ideas and compositions. Subjects like art history, design, and aesthetics are some of the things that help take you to the next levels and are good investments when you want to get to the next levels regardless of your gear. You will get more out of your equipment applying what you learn across the board.]

It is a fast lens. This one is literally as good as they can get today. You may not need a lens that is sharp at f1.4 very often but when you do you will be very happy. Too many fast lenses are not useable until you stop them down including Nikon’s 50mm 1.4G, but not this one. I can recommend the image quality of the recent, refined but much more expensive Nikon 58mm 1.4G lens, which I consider a specialty lens compared to the "good for everything" Sigma 50 mm Art lens. Fast lenses are effective for separation of an object from a background as well as for low light situations when using a flash fill is not appropriate or will not provide what you want. The Sigma''s bokeh is everything I need. It is such a subjective matter that I can’t predict your response but many folks tend to have very strong opinions about this subject making for many contentious debates. But I have not noticed much consensus over the decades. That is not a criticism, just an observation. I don’t use terms like dreamy or creamy. They are limited in what I can convey to you using them and there can be a number of nuanced aesthetic phenomena going on simultaneously in any specific bokeh that deserves a more substantial treatment. Examples include shapes change by lens, distance and f stop. What happens in the highlights, midtowns and shadows also vary from lens to lens. Tonal and color transitions can widely vary and just can’t be adequately reduced to words like blur. There are obviously no metrics for dreamy. Of course, there are many other aspects of optical rendering that are challenging and next to impossible to comprehensively describe using words or describe their effect on viewers. Every lens has its own characteristics for better and worse. But everyone seems to know what they want after they see it so please try out the lens first to see if it gives you what you are looking for. In my lens f4.5 and on both sides of it offer the very best range for sharpness but frankly this lens outperforms the competition at virtually every f stop. Few lenses can make me this happy at so many different apertures. Most lenses are much more clearly optimized and less flexible. Don’t worry if you need more depth of field. All lenses are NOT created equal at lower f stops any more than they are at other settings. Once again, this is a clearly demonstrable and testable matter. Find out all of your lenses’ strengths. Remember there are also lens to lens variations even within the same model. Get specific. It can be well worth the time in the long run for some folks. You will know who you are.

As a cautionary tale, be wary of some astonishingly foolish reviews online. You know that already but some are not simply worse in degree but cross over into kind—utter nonsense. I was surprised, shocked and amused by some ridiculous sham reviews. Try and find what actual shooters, not bloggers, have to say first. One wannabe pro claimed we should avoid the sharpest lenses because they are only intended for amateurs, not professionals. This person is not a professional, let alone an expert but unfortunately pretends to be. That is one kind of deception, an appeal to authority. Be skeptical. Be discriminating and let common sense prevail. There is a lot of your money at stake.

All 50mm lenses are part of the "normal" focal length range that proves to be very flexible in a variety of uses. They prove easiest when composing since what you see in the viewfinder will be what you get in terms of scale and perspective. Also the unusual lack of flaws and weaknesses in this Sigma Art lens include its corner to corner sharpness that is especially appropriate when making panoramas. There is also reliable uniformity in each file''s color, contrast, tonal distribution, lack of distortion and unbeatable clarity. You will have few problems to clean up in post production after stitching.

IMO, the world looks very different through great glass. Once you experience that, relatively ordinary lenses will likely disappoint you thereafter. I was hooked decades ago and my discriminating clients appreciated the difference.

There are caveats. First, the auto focus strains in many low light situations although that can be as much about the camera as the lens. Low light severely reduces contrast upon which most auto focus relies. It is not a huge issue in my particular case because in those situations I prefer to use a tripod and manual focus anyway. I probably use manual focus more than the majority of people in all situations but I can usually rely on the auto focus when there is enough contrast. Since it is about reverse engineering Nikon''s proprietary technology, Sigma offers an inexpensive tool to assist you in fine tuning auto focus if you need it, their dock. It works with all Sigma Art Series lenses and some other Sigma lenses. Focus speed is very good but I do not make big demands on it by often shooting high speed moving objects. I have lenses that are faster but most of the rest are slower. Possibly your biggest reservation is about size and weight. I understand although I gladly accept its weight, 1.8 pounds, in return for consistently outstanding performance, resolution and sharpness. I also have too kits, one for list weight travel. That too is about personal preferences and needs as well as budgets. There are always trade offs. In terms of subject matter, it is not my first choice for portraiture because of distortion from moving in closer than conventional portrait focal lengths require. But if you want distortion then it is the answer, not a problem. Similarly if you want to play with “normal” distribution of space and scale you will need to either go wider or into telephoto lenses to achieve results like intentional distortion and compression. But note that I am describing the trade offs of any normal focal length lens in general. For example, it you wanted the same image quality as this lens but in a focal length are appropriate for most portrait work, you might consider the Sigma 85mm 1.4 Art lens. It is even a bit sharper. It is close to be an astonishing lens in my estimation. But they are close in performance.

Lastly, this 50mm lens has no VR equivalent, image stabilization. That could be a deal breaker for some of us. It will matter most in low light situations or if hand holding has been a problem for you. Again, in what I do, a tripod offers one solution but it can’t always take the place of VR in every situation. You simply might not have that option in the kind of shooting you do.

Overall, I consider the $950 I paid to have been a steal and the best quality I had ever paid for such a reasonable amount of money although I must add the Sigma 85mm 1.4 Art is tied for value. It is being sold much cheaper today. I am conservative in my buying advice. Know your seller''s credentials and policies ahead of time in case anything goes wrong. Amazon charges more but you are always completely protected. And yes, long ago I found that out the hard way. It was a lasting lesson.

In summary, this lens is pure pleasure to use, flexible in purpose, affordable and reliable. Test it out for yourself.
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Jim Mercer
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fantastic lens - just NOT out of the box fantastic!
Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2015
Style: NikonConfiguration: US Version
First Impressions: When I received the product, I was very impressed with the weight, the build quality, the smooth manual focus with just the right amount of resistance to make it easy to be precise. The weight was both impressive and at the same time, a little... See more
First Impressions:

When I received the product, I was very impressed with the weight, the build quality, the smooth manual focus with just the right amount of resistance to make it easy to be precise. The weight was both impressive and at the same time, a little annoying - but there''s a lot of glass in this lens, and for a 50mm, it''s HUGE. One thing that I knew about in advance (but didn''t care for) was that the mounting ring isn''t sealed. On the other hand, the mount is steel, so it''s going to be much more durable than those plastic mounts we see on some lenses.

Of course, just like you would expect, I popped it on my D750 and took it out for a spin. Also like you would expect, I started shooting at F/1.4 - of course!

The images were... ok. No-where near as sharp as my images from my Nikon DX F/1.8 35mm... or my Tokina DX F/4 12-28mm... or my Tamron F/2.8 70-200mm. Nor was it as sharp (at the long end) as my Nikon kit DX 55-200mm.

While I found this disturbing, I started shooting at smaller F-stops... 6.3, 8, 9, etc. As you would expect, the quality improved quite a bit.

At the time, I figured I was facing an auto-focus fine tuning issue... and I was right. I''d gone through some similar issues with my Nikon kit lens, as well as my Tokina 100mm macro lens (when using it as a telephoto).

However... now I was faced with an interesting problem. Sigma sells a USB dock (about $59), but I usually used the on-camera auto-focus fine tuning settings to fix issues. The (free) software that uses the dock allows you to make auto-focus fine-tuning changes at - on a prime lens - four different distances.

I decided to use my Google-Fu to see if this was a worthwhile investment or not... and I came to the conclusion that it was after reading tons of reviews and forum commentary. Given the cost of the lens, I figured it was a minor investment if it really gave me what I was looking for.

So I bought the dock, and rather than using my traditional auto-focus tuning chart, I decided to just take shots at the different ranges at F/1.4 (to make focus issues VERY apparent) and adjust accordingly. This took me about an hour...

It was the best $59 and 60 minute investment I''ve ever made. :)

Once I''d tuned the lens based on my pictures, I took it out for a real-world spin... and it was EXACTLY as good as I''d read it to be. :)

Sharpness was incredible... not that sharpness is really the only criteria for lens choice, but it''s certainly something you have to consider, along with bokeh, focus speed, focus accuracy, F-stop range and so forth. (All of which this lens handles wonderfully well!)

Summing it up... once you fine-tune this lens, it lives up to it''s hype 100%. :) Having said that... if you''re not up for doing AF fine-tuning yourself, you can buy one and have Sigma do it for you. You''ll just have to ship it back to them to get it done. (If there''s a local authorized Sigma dealer near you, they might do it for you... or not.)

Just so we''re clear, not ALL the writings I found about this lens required AF fine-tuning. Some were perfect right out of the box, so your mileage may vary.

Having said that... if you haven''t learned to use your camera''s AF fine-tuning (pretty much all DSLR makers have this in their cameras), then you really, really, REALLY should learn how. Chances are you''ll find that some of your lenses aren''t performing quite as well as they could. :)

So, some general pro''s and cons:

Pros
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Sharpness
Bokeh
Focus accuracy (single-point)
Focus speed (single-point)
Zero distortion
Excellent contrast
Excellent color transmission
Professional build quality
Wonderful manual focus ring
Amazing picture quality overall
Very nice carrying case
Excellent lens cap, doesn''t pop off, etc.

Cons
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Weight
Lack of dock seal
Need to purchase USB dock (perhaps)
Storage dock-cap on lens is a bit loose (can use a Nikon cap instead.)

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Update 8/17/2015
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This lens - after AF tuning - is absolutely amazing. I have to say that while I''ve spent more for a lens, I''ve never spent my money better.
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Final Update 9/5/2015
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A word about the auto-focus fine-tuning on this lens. First - doing auto-focus tuning at F/1.4 is very, very difficult at close ranges. Finding the focus (forward or back) can be very challenging - it gets easier at more distance (5 feet and up), but at 16 and 28 inches... seeing where the actual focus is can be tough no matter what chart you use. Stick with it, though - and read below, because there''s some very important information specific to Sigma Art lenses that you''ll need. :)

I had bought (via Amazon) a Datacolor SpyderLensCal SLC100, thinking it was time for me to finally move off my old free paper-printed focusing chart.

This focusing aid (the SypderLensCal) was and is good for LONG- DISTANCE auto-focus fine tuning. Do NOT use it for ranges of less than 3 feet - all my lenses on both my cameras (D750 and D7100) had a lot of trouble focusing on the target... something I found out later on after spending much time being frustrated by my tuning efforts on this 50mm Sigma Art.

Setting aside target problems, I had used the Sigma manual to do tuning for each of the ranges on the lens... while I was initially very pleased with the result, I found inconsistencies over time. After spending many hours re-doing and re-re-doing the settings on the lens with WILDLY varying settings according to each fine-tuning session, I finally called Sigma and asked them what (if anything) I was doing wrong.

I had followed their online PDF documentation to the letter - testing and adjusting focus on the closest setting first, followed by the next closest, etc.

Turns out their documentation left out one tiny detail, which the tech support guy provided within a minute of our discussion.

You have to reset all the settings to the default of ZERO before moving on to the NEXT RANGE. If you leave the closer range (or ranges) in place, it will skew the results of your front/back focus issue. Worse, (as I found out) if the numbers are big enough, you don''t really get a change in the adjustments of later settings - I had some of them up to +20 (the max) at one point!

Once I changed out the target and followed the proper procedure, I got some fantastic results. The adjustments on my lens copy were small: +1 at 16 inches, 0 at 28 inches, +6 at 60 inches, and +7 at Infinity. (All with a zero auto-focus fine-tuning on my camera settings.)

(Although I used a chart to set up infinity, I ended up increasing it from +6 to +7 when I did my real-world tests. My chart testing was inside, and even though I was beyond the 11 feet indicated by the lens, truly distant objects required a little more refining.)

Now the sharpness is outstanding and consistent at all ranges - no anomalies - and I''m 100% happy with my lens. :)

As stated, this is the last update... hope this helps!
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Chester Copperpot
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Very Sharp, Very Low Chromatic Aberration
Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2017
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I''ve owned this lens, the Canon 50mm 1.4 L series, and the older Sigma 50mm 1.4 -- This is the best out of the 3, without a doubt. There are 2 main points in each of the Pro and Con categories: Pros: 1. The lens is tack sharp, sharper than any of... See more
I''ve owned this lens, the Canon 50mm 1.4 L series, and the older Sigma 50mm 1.4 -- This is the best out of the 3, without a doubt.

There are 2 main points in each of the Pro and Con categories:

Pros:
1. The lens is tack sharp, sharper than any of the half dozen L lenses I''ve used. Seriously, it''s very sharp.
2. The chromatic aberration is lower than any L series lens I''ve used as well. The Canon 50mm 1.4 L has major chromatic aberration issues. But this thing barely ever gives me anything. I pretty much never see anything on the outer edges. But of course reflective surfaces or direct sun hitting the sensor can def give you some chromatic aberration, it''s nothing like other lenses I''ve used. Very happy with the low chromatic aberration in this lens.

Cons:
1. This thing is a brick. It''s larger and heavier than any 50mm I''ve ever seen.
2. It doesn''t have weather sealing and doesn''t seem to have the most durable build. Don''t get me wrong, the construction feels really good. Nothing rattles or makes noise, and the focus is as fast as you could reasonably expect. But because of it''s heavy weight, I get the feeling if I ever drop this on from waist level on cement, it might shatter the glass. But again, it doesn''t feel cheap or specifically breakable.

I''ve heard other people say they had focusing issues. I had a minor issue, but my Canon 5D Miii has lens calibration. I adjusted it one single notch and now it''s fine. I don''t have any problem with the focus unless there is really low light, just like nay other lens. What else.. the distortion is very low, although that''s probably most 50mms. The bokeh, if you''re super picky, is nice-- it''s smooth and doesn''t feel chunky.

I recently bought the companion Sigma 70-300mm and am quickly gaining an appreciation for the Art Lens series. Overall the image looks fantastic. My final ruling is that while the build leaves a bit to be desired, it makes up for it and then some in excellent image quality. I really do love this thing.
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Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2019
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No date of purchase or dealer info on warranty sticker. What I bought was the US version with 4 year warranty. What I received was international version with 1 year warranty. Assuming there is any with blank warranty sticker
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Mike Vande Ven Jr.Top Contributor: Photography
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A perfect upgrade to the Canon 50 f/1.4
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2017
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I have spent a lot of times with 50mm lenses. From the 50 f/2 on my film SLR, to the Canon 50mm f/1.8, then the Canon 50mm f/1.4. I love the versatility of 50mm, and the shallow depth of field that can be had with the wide apertures. So when I read reviews on... See more
I have spent a lot of times with 50mm lenses. From the 50 f/2 on my film SLR, to the Canon 50mm f/1.8, then the Canon 50mm f/1.4. I love the versatility of 50mm, and the shallow depth of field that can be had with the wide apertures.

So when I read reviews on this lens, I knew it had to replace my Canon 50mm 1.4. The Canon is good. Not great, but good. Sharp. Fast. Terrible at f/1.4. Ok at f/1.6. Starts to get good at f/2.0. It''s noisy when focusing, and the minimum focus distance isn''t great.

The Sigma improves on all of these things, a tremendous amount. Super sharp, even at f/1.4. I have never used a sharper lens. It''s crazy. Even the corners are sharper than the canon was at the center! And this is on a full frame camera.

The focus is fast and quiet. It did need a few adjustments to be spot on. The Sigma dock and about a half hour dialed everything in nicely. I really like the ability to set different focal adjustments at different subject differences. I needed that, as everything but the closest distance was off, and by differing amounts.

I also like that it has a pretty close minimum focusing distance. Still not macro, of course, but an extra 4 inches over the Canon makes a huge difference when trying to compose up close.

The only knock is how big and heavy this is for a 50mm f/1.4. It''s about twice as big as the canon, and over twice as heavy. Makes walking around with it definitely more noticeable. But I''m a big guy. I sometimes walk around with the sigma 150-600. So this is a cake walk compared to that.

I will certainly be buying more into Sigma''s art line after this.

Update:
I have been using this lens more than any other lens in my bag, and I wish I could give it 6 stars. It''s easily my go to lens for walking around. Normally I go with a zoom lens for the versatility while walking, but it''s hard to pass on the sharpness of this amazing piece of glass.

I have attached a few photos that show off this lens.
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alraz
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Mostly good with Auto Focus problems (and how to fix some of it)
Reviewed in the United States on August 30, 2016
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(this should be more like 3.5 stars) I got this for my Nikon D810, and, like many others, I had lots of autofocusing problems; specially at f1.4. My camera seemed to always focus on something a bit closer than that I was telling it to 9 out of 10 times. This... See more
(this should be more like 3.5 stars)
I got this for my Nikon D810, and, like many others, I had lots of autofocusing problems; specially at f1.4.
My camera seemed to always focus on something a bit closer than that I was telling it to 9 out of 10 times. This problem seemed to be less frequent at lower apertures (higher F-stop numbers), but still enough to be a problem.

However, this can be fixed so that the lens focuses properly MOST of the time, but NOT ALL the time.
To fix this on the Nikon D810 (sorry, that''s the only camera I have), do the following:
-Make sure the lens is connected to the camera and turn it on
-Set the aperture to f1.4
-Press the menu button
-Go to Setup Menu > AF-Fine Tune
-Turn on AF fine-tune (on/off)
-Experiment with the "Saved value" setting: Increment the number by 10, focus on a subject, take multiple pictures, see if that improves or reduces the quality. Increase/decrease the value and try again until you get consistent results.
-In my case, I had to set the value to +20, and even then, the lens won''t focus fine 100% of the time, so, always review your pictures.

See the attached images for a "before and after". Both pictures were taken focusing on the doll''s face; notice how in one of them the face is out of focus while the hand seems to be very well focused (that''s the complete opposite of what we want!) while in the other one, the face is in focus while the hand is blurred as expected.

You can download the original RAW files for the attached pictures here:
https://www.amazon.com/clouddrive/share/rT5VUaiUwgyXT0mJtPEyyhsBwnudGWfR2PPWTa1pp1Z?ref_=cd_ph_share_link_copy

*IMPORTANT*: After you are happy with how frequent your autofocus works fine, be sure to test OTHER apertures to make sure you are getting good results consistently. I had to return the first lens that I got because changing the AF fine tuning value fixed the issue for f1.4, but made it worse for f2.8 and above. The replacement I got from Amazon did not have this problem.

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Once the autofocus problem is fixed, I have to say, this lens is very nice. It does both very sharp pictures (at f2.8) but also has a very nice buquè effect (specially at f1.4). Keep in mind that at any f-stop value lower than 2.8, you are going to get a lot less sharpness on the edges.

I don''t think I can add anything else that hasn''t been said here: the lens is super sharp, produces very nice results, but requires a lot of trial and error before getting used to it.
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S. W.
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Specs don''t make a great lens
Reviewed in the United States on February 26, 2019
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Second and last Sigma I''ll buy. 35mm ART was defective, or just really terrible. Now the 50mm, it just goes to show me that great optical specs don''t always translate into beautiful images. Up against my buddies Nikkor 50mm 1.4G the Simga is the clear loser. It has... See more
Second and last Sigma I''ll buy. 35mm ART was defective, or just really terrible. Now the 50mm, it just goes to show me that great optical specs don''t always translate into beautiful images.
Up against my buddies Nikkor 50mm 1.4G the Simga is the clear loser. It has zero character, no contrast, no life. I shot RAW only, have no idea what jpg''s look like, and side by side the Nikkor kills it. In studio I don''t have do a single adjustment, the Sigma took 7-8 minutes to get back skin tones.
This is my first and second purchase of third party lenses out of 14-15 lenses... Never again
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Bernhard Testet
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Unglaublich über 700€ und die Leistung ist echt enttäuschend.
Reviewed in Germany on February 7, 2019
Gerade bei einem Objektiv mit Blende 1.4 erwarte ich mir offenblendig (wofür ich es auch gekauft habe) sehr gute Schärfe. Als es gestern Abend ankam wurde es gleich mal auf die D850 geschraubt und ein paar Tests durchgeführt. Voller freude auf endlich Blende 1.4 gings los ....See more
Gerade bei einem Objektiv mit Blende 1.4 erwarte ich mir offenblendig (wofür ich es auch gekauft habe) sehr gute Schärfe. Als es gestern Abend ankam wurde es gleich mal auf die D850 geschraubt und ein paar Tests durchgeführt. Voller freude auf endlich Blende 1.4 gings los . Gleich mal die Ernüchterung ! Der Autofokus ist komplett verstellt und schafft bei Iso 100 auf einen Meter fokusiert keine brauchbare Schärfe. So heute mal mit Reikan FoCal 2 überprüft und auch da schwer enttäuscht. Das Autofokusfeintuning belief sich nur auf -1. Mhmm Guter Wert eigentlich. Danach mal die schärfste Blende gesucht .... 16 !!! . Was soll ich mit einem Objektiv mit offenblende 1.4 was bei Blende 16 arbeitet ? Mein Nikon 85mm 1.8 hat die höchste Schärfe bei 4.5 und das ist akzeptabel, da es bei 1.8 immer noch 1777Qof zusammen bringt aber eindeutig viel weniger kostet. Tja Sigma .... du gehst retour das ist absolut nicht brauchbar !
Gerade bei einem Objektiv mit Blende 1.4 erwarte ich mir offenblendig (wofür ich es auch gekauft habe) sehr gute Schärfe. Als es gestern Abend ankam wurde es gleich mal auf die D850 geschraubt und ein paar Tests durchgeführt.
Voller freude auf endlich Blende 1.4 gings los . Gleich mal die Ernüchterung ! Der Autofokus ist komplett verstellt und schafft bei Iso 100 auf einen Meter fokusiert keine brauchbare Schärfe. So heute mal mit Reikan FoCal 2 überprüft und auch da schwer enttäuscht. Das Autofokusfeintuning belief sich nur auf -1. Mhmm Guter Wert eigentlich. Danach mal die schärfste Blende gesucht .... 16 !!! . Was soll ich mit einem Objektiv mit offenblende 1.4 was bei Blende 16 arbeitet ? Mein Nikon 85mm 1.8 hat die höchste Schärfe bei 4.5 und das ist akzeptabel, da es bei 1.8 immer noch 1777Qof zusammen bringt aber eindeutig viel weniger kostet. Tja Sigma .... du gehst retour das ist absolut nicht brauchbar !
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Incredible Lens
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 23, 2019
I needed a 50mm prime lens for my new Canon 5D Mk4 and was saving up for the Canon lens. However, by chance I was at an event covered by a professional photographer and she had a Canon 5DS and I noticed she was using the Sigma 50mm F1.4 Art lens so I asked her why she...See more
I needed a 50mm prime lens for my new Canon 5D Mk4 and was saving up for the Canon lens. However, by chance I was at an event covered by a professional photographer and she had a Canon 5DS and I noticed she was using the Sigma 50mm F1.4 Art lens so I asked her why she wasn''t using the Canon lens. She explained that the Canon lens was significantly more expensive and the Sigma lens, though heavy, had spectacular image quality. Based on her recommendation, and after reading some reviews as she''d suggested, I decided the Sigma lens was worth trying and I''m glad I did. The image quality is superb and, though the lens is very heavy, image quality is what I wanted. I already had the Canon 100-400mm ISM III lens, which takes the same 77mm filters as the Sigma lens so I''m very happy now with my lenses and camera - an ideal combination for my interests in wildlife, scenery and portrait photography. The Sigma lens autofocus is superb so I''ve not yet seen the need to update the firmware or calibrate the focus but if that becomes necessary in the future it''s good to know that Sigma can supply the USB kit to simplify doing the upgrade. In the meantime I''m very happy with my Sigma lens as is.
I needed a 50mm prime lens for my new Canon 5D Mk4 and was saving up for the Canon lens. However, by chance I was at an event covered by a professional photographer and she had a Canon 5DS and I noticed she was using the Sigma 50mm F1.4 Art lens so I asked her why she wasn''t using the Canon lens. She explained that the Canon lens was significantly more expensive and the Sigma lens, though heavy, had spectacular image quality.

Based on her recommendation, and after reading some reviews as she''d suggested, I decided the Sigma lens was worth trying and I''m glad I did. The image quality is superb and, though the lens is very heavy, image quality is what I wanted. I already had the Canon 100-400mm ISM III lens, which takes the same 77mm filters as the Sigma lens so I''m very happy now with my lenses and camera - an ideal combination for my interests in wildlife, scenery and portrait photography.

The Sigma lens autofocus is superb so I''ve not yet seen the need to update the firmware or calibrate the focus but if that becomes necessary in the future it''s good to know that Sigma can supply the USB kit to simplify doing the upgrade. In the meantime I''m very happy with my Sigma lens as is.
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adriano
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
... lens for over a month and i am completely satisfied with it and below it''s why
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 8, 2016
I have been using this lens for over a month and i am completely satisfied with it and below it''s why : I will start saying that I am not a professional photographer but when it is time to choose a lens for my photography I can spend days and sometimes week to find the...See more
I have been using this lens for over a month and i am completely satisfied with it and below it''s why : I will start saying that I am not a professional photographer but when it is time to choose a lens for my photography I can spend days and sometimes week to find the right compromise between quality and price. I have a canon 6D and i have tried all kind of different lenses from m-42 lens mount like Carl Zeiss 50 1.4 same as Yashica mount, Canon 50.1.8 series I and II, Canon 50m 1.4, but nothing was delivering not even comparable image quality, sharpness and colors to the Sigma 50mm 1.4. something similar to this would be the Canon 40mm 2.8 pancake with superb sharpness and a bit wider. The SIgma Lens performs perfectly under almost any condition, Chromatic Aberration and purple fringing are superbly well by the lens, I have no noticed flare in any of the image taken, the focus it is super accurate and precise even at low light conditions, one thing you need to know that many people are complaining about the missed focus which could be true but there are copies and copies of this lens, mine was perfect I even bought a Sigma USB Dock Mount to avoid any non lens precision, the dock has never being used and seats in my drawer. it depends of the camera but the micro focus adjustment can be done in camera setting using a focus chart for example this one, (DSLRKIT Lens Focus Calibration Tool Alignment Ruler Folding Card (pack of 2) which has been printed with high contrast and perfect to perform fine adjustment. One thing that it is a bit irritating for me is the weight of the actual lens (470g) if you mostly travel with the camera this could be quite a concern, but has 13 elements in 8 groups including aspherical elements and also SLD (special low dispersion) that helps in reducing chromatic aberration, and improve overall image sharpness and also that it is not water sealed, so you need to take extra care. View angle it is 46.8 degrees. The bokeh could be harsh at times as someone says, i am extremely happy with the purchase:) .
I have been using this lens for over a month and i am completely satisfied with it and below it''s why :

I will start saying that I am not a professional photographer but when it is time to choose a lens for my photography I can spend days and sometimes week to find the right compromise between quality and price.

I have a canon 6D and i have tried all kind of different lenses from m-42 lens mount like Carl Zeiss 50 1.4 same as Yashica mount, Canon 50.1.8 series I and II, Canon 50m 1.4, but nothing was delivering not even comparable image quality, sharpness and colors to the Sigma 50mm 1.4. something similar to this would be the Canon 40mm 2.8 pancake with superb sharpness and a bit wider.

The SIgma Lens performs perfectly under almost any condition, Chromatic Aberration and purple fringing are superbly well by the lens, I have no noticed flare in any of the image taken, the focus it is super accurate and precise even at low light conditions, one thing you need to know that many people are complaining about the missed focus which could be true but there are copies and copies of this lens, mine was perfect I even bought a
Sigma USB Dock Mount to avoid any non lens precision, the dock has never being used and seats in my drawer. it depends of the camera but the micro focus adjustment can be done in camera setting using a focus chart for example this one, (DSLRKIT Lens Focus Calibration Tool Alignment Ruler Folding Card (pack of 2) which has been printed with high contrast and perfect to perform fine adjustment.

One thing that it is a bit irritating for me is the weight of the actual lens (470g) if you mostly travel with the camera this could be quite a concern, but has 13 elements in 8 groups including aspherical elements and also SLD (special low dispersion) that helps in reducing chromatic aberration, and improve overall image sharpness and also that it is not water sealed, so you need to take extra care. View angle it is 46.8 degrees.
The bokeh could be harsh at times as someone says, i am extremely happy with the purchase:) .
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Maureen Gardner
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This is quite simply the best lens money can buy for a Nikon for perfect image quality
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 20, 2019
This lens just blew me away! I''m a long term photographer who has used a fair few lenses on various cameras over the last decade and this lens beats any others in the 35 to 85mm focal range! it''s so detailed I can even use it as a macro lens! I also have a Nikon 35mm 1.8g,...See more
This lens just blew me away! I''m a long term photographer who has used a fair few lenses on various cameras over the last decade and this lens beats any others in the 35 to 85mm focal range! it''s so detailed I can even use it as a macro lens! I also have a Nikon 35mm 1.8g, a Nikon 85mm 1.8g and a couple of Tokina wide angles and only the 85mm comes close in terms of image quality and lack of distortion. The images I''ve taken with this sigma are bright, incredibly sharp, lovely soft bokeh for the background in the images and with no chromatic aberration or barrel distortion that I can detect at all. Ever so slight vignetting in some images, but way less than any other prime lens I have. The flexibility one has for making great artistic images with this lens are phenomenal. The website DX0 gave this lens top score in their database and I can see why. The only two drawbacks I''ve found: 1. My lens came badly calibrated to my D7200 with the autofocus getting almost 1cm out from the single point I selected. This is not hard to fix either with the sigma docking station or autofocus adjustments in the camera if you have the top range cameras that support such adjustments, it was more inaccurate than my other lenses, until I calibrated it, so make sure you do that. 2. This lenses focal plane behaves differently and somehow in a more complex way than my other prime lenses (at low F numbers) which can trip you up in the beginning. It''s definitely an art lens and not really a lens for people who stick the camera on full auto for point and shoot.
This lens just blew me away! I''m a long term photographer who has used a fair few lenses on various cameras over the last decade and this lens beats any others in the 35 to 85mm focal range! it''s so detailed I can even use it as a macro lens!
I also have a Nikon 35mm 1.8g, a Nikon 85mm 1.8g and a couple of Tokina wide angles and only the 85mm comes close in terms of image quality and lack of distortion.
The images I''ve taken with this sigma are bright, incredibly sharp, lovely soft bokeh for the background in the images and with no chromatic aberration or barrel distortion that I can detect at all. Ever so slight vignetting in some images, but way less than any other prime lens I have. The flexibility one has for making great artistic images with this lens are phenomenal. The website DX0 gave this lens top score in their database and I can see why.

The only two drawbacks I''ve found: 1. My lens came badly calibrated to my D7200 with the autofocus getting almost 1cm out from the single point I selected. This is not hard to fix either with the sigma docking station or autofocus adjustments in the camera if you have the top range cameras that support such adjustments, it was more inaccurate than my other lenses, until I calibrated it, so make sure you do that.
2. This lenses focal plane behaves differently and somehow in a more complex way than my other prime lenses (at low F numbers) which can trip you up in the beginning. It''s definitely an art lens and not really a lens for people who stick the camera on full auto for point and shoot.
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Christian
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Ein schlechtes Objektiv !
Reviewed in Germany on September 14, 2019
Ich habe mir dieses Objektiv bei Amazon gekauft und es 3 mal zurück geschickt und es danach sein lassen! Das Objektiv ist ein Grauen! Man kann es überhaupt nicht richtig einstellen mit dem Sigma USB-Dock. Ich habe mir auch extra noch den Spyder Lenscare bei Amazon gekauft...See more
Ich habe mir dieses Objektiv bei Amazon gekauft und es 3 mal zurück geschickt und es danach sein lassen! Das Objektiv ist ein Grauen! Man kann es überhaupt nicht richtig einstellen mit dem Sigma USB-Dock. Ich habe mir auch extra noch den Spyder Lenscare bei Amazon gekauft und auch damit habe ich die Objektive nicht einstellen können. Dann habe ich das Programm "Reikan FoCal" mir geholt und versucht damit das Objektiv einzustellen. Es geht einfach nicht bei beiden Methoden das Objektiv richtig einzustellen. Der Fokus sitzt bei diesem Objektiv überhaupt nicht da, wo der hin soll und wenn dieser mal sitzt, dann ist das echt Zufall ! Ich weiß echt nicht warum so viele dieses Objektiv loben. Klar wenn der Fokus mal sitzt, dann ist die Schärfe echt super aber man bekommt das Objektiv einfach nicht eingestellt und nicht mal mit dem Sigma USB-Dock. Ich werde mir dieses Objektiv nie mehr kaufen . Wie kann SIGMA hier so viel Geld verlangen und man muss "SELBST DAS OBJEKTIV NOCH KONFIGURIEREN ( EINSTELLEN)", dass kann es ja wohl echt nicht sein ! Ich werde bei den Canon Originalobjektiven bleiben und mir nicht noch mal ein Sigma ART Objektiv kaufen.
Ich habe mir dieses Objektiv bei Amazon gekauft und es 3 mal zurück geschickt und es danach sein lassen! Das Objektiv ist ein Grauen! Man kann es überhaupt nicht richtig einstellen mit dem Sigma USB-Dock. Ich habe mir auch extra noch den Spyder Lenscare bei Amazon gekauft und auch damit habe ich die Objektive nicht einstellen können.

Dann habe ich das Programm "Reikan FoCal" mir geholt und versucht damit das Objektiv einzustellen. Es geht einfach nicht bei beiden Methoden das Objektiv richtig einzustellen.
Der Fokus sitzt bei diesem Objektiv überhaupt nicht da, wo der hin soll und wenn dieser mal sitzt, dann ist das echt Zufall !

Ich weiß echt nicht warum so viele dieses Objektiv loben. Klar wenn der Fokus mal sitzt, dann ist die Schärfe echt super aber man bekommt das Objektiv einfach nicht eingestellt und nicht mal mit dem Sigma USB-Dock.

Ich werde mir dieses Objektiv nie mehr kaufen .

Wie kann SIGMA hier so viel Geld verlangen und man muss "SELBST DAS OBJEKTIV NOCH KONFIGURIEREN ( EINSTELLEN)", dass kann es ja wohl echt nicht sein !

Ich werde bei den Canon Originalobjektiven bleiben und mir nicht noch mal ein Sigma ART Objektiv kaufen.
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Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM Art Lens for Canon Cameras

Redesigned, Reengineered, Revitalized

The staple Sigma 50mm 1.4 DG HSM has been redesigned and re-engineered to set a new standard for the Art line. With a large 1.4 aperture, the Sigma 50mm 1.4 prime lens is a pro level performer for shooting everything including portrait photography, landscape photography, studio photography and street photography. A Hyper Sonic Motor (HSM) ensures quiet, smooth and accurate auto-focusing and paired with Special Low Dispersion (SLD) glass and Super Multi-Layer coating, the 50mm 1.4 is a high performance lens for the modern DSLR sensors. 13 elements in 8 groups allow for unsurpassed performance even at wide apertures and close-up photography is easily managed with a minimum focusing distance of 40cm. The Sigma 50mm 1.4 lens is the new exceptional standard, standard prime.

Dimensions (Diameter x Length): 85.4 x 99.9mm / 3.4 x 3.9 inches.

Weight: 815 grams / 28.7 ounces.

USB Dock Compatibility

Sigma has developed special software (SIGMA Optimization Pro) that can update the lens firmware and adjust parameters such as focus.

About Sigma

Since 1961, and with the recent introduction of Sigma Global Vision, we have worked toward one single, simple goal: To hold ourselves to the highest standard of design and manufacturing of imaging products. Photography is all we do. And it’s all we’ve done. So you can rest assured that it’s something we know extensively and care deeply about. You have a vision. We’ve made it our mission.

  • Completely redesigned and reengineered.
  • Exceptional Image Quality.
  • Incredible focal point sharpness when wide open.
  • Pairs well with Pro-Level DSLR’s.
  • MTF A1-tested.
  • Front & rear lens caps and lens hood (LH830-02) is included.

Description

50mm F1.4 DG HSM ART- redesigned and reengineered to set a new standard for the Art line. A Hyper Sonic Motor (HSM) ensures quiet, smooth and accurate autofocusing and paired with Special Low Dispersion (SLD) glass and Super Multi-Layer coating, the 50mm 1.4 is a high performance lens for modern DSLR sensors.

Features & details

Features

  • 75mm equivalent focal length on APS-C cameras, 80mm equivalent focal length on Canon APS-C cameras
  • F1.4 maximum aperture; F16 minimum
  • Ring-type ultrasonic-type AF motor with full-time manual focusing
  • 77mm filters
  • 0.4m/15.7" minimum focus
  • Available in Canon EF, Sony Alpha, Sigma SA, Nikon F (FX) mounts

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