Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC DN Contemporary

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30mm $276
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(From Sigma lens literature) Combining outstanding optical performance and compact design, the new affordable Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC DN Contemporary Lens brings immense value to mirrorless cameras. Boasting superior image quality with F1.4 brightness, the versatile lens covers a wide range of photo and video capture scenarios, delighting users with its beautiful bokeh effects.

Contemporary Line Performance and Value

  • Represents first affordable F1.4 performance lens for the mirrorless market
  • Sigma engineered quality within a sleek compact design
  • Fast, smooth AF stepping motor designed to support video
  • Features one aspherical element and one double-sided aspherical element producing imaging quality comparable to the Art line.
  • Features 9 elements / 7 groups, Minimum Aperture: F1.6, 52mm filter thread, Minimum Focus Distance: 11.8in, Weight: 9.3oz, Dimensions: 2.6x2.9in.

The new Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC DN Contemporary Lens will be available in Sony E-Mount, Canon EF-M and Micro Four Thirds mounts.


Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC DN Contemporary User Reviews

10.0/10 average of 1 review(s) Build Quality 10.0/10 Image Quality 10.0/10
  • 10 out of 10 points and recommended by nanohanacha (1 reviews)
    Very sharp. Excellent optics. Nice contrast. Works well on dual pixel AF. Fast AF. Smooth focus ring. Solid built. Comes with hood.
    A bit heavy than a 50mm nifty fifty. No in-body manual override. No IS.

    I bought this lens because i wanted mid focal length on apsc camera; wider than 50mm and quality like the latest sigma. I also have sigma 18-35mm f1.8 which also gives the same performance at 30mm but it's too heavy and not practical to carry around. Great for anything like portrait, food photography, travel and landscape. Macro distance is average 30cm. It takes 52mm diameter filter.

    I end up using this lens 95% of the time.
    This is a really good lens and a keeper.

    reviewed August 18th, 2021 (purchased for $304)