The Sigma 40mm 1.4 Art DG is one of the heaviest non-super-tele prime lenses and on first sight it also looks more like a serious tele lens than a medium wideangle. But is it also as good optically as it is heavy? Let us have a closer look!
The Zeiss Batis 2/40 CF is a lens of a very popular focal length / aperture class that was missing in the FE lineup from the beginning. When we released our review 6 months ago there were some serious issues and Zeiss released a firmware update some time later. Read our review to check if that could solve all the issues.
Sony A7III | Zeiss Batis 2/40 CF | f/8 | full size
Because we all have way more lenses than we can actually use we have a number of lenses to sell.
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Laowa 15mm 4.0 Macro (E-mount)
Overall Condition: 5/5 (only used for the review) Cosmetical Condtion: as new Optics: as new Includes: lens, hood, both caps and original box
Price: 410€ + shipping
Shipping: Australia Post Tracked Parcel within Australia
EMS (via Australia Post) worldwide. Will charge at cost, if you enquire and tell me where you are I can find out. But typically $35USD to most places.
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Voigtländer 10mm f5.6 E mount. Mint (4.7/5)
Price: $US 790 + shipping.
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Sigma now offers the DSLR designs 35mm 1.4 Art and 40mm 1.4 Art and the newly designed 35mm 1.2 Art for Sony E-mount cameras. Let us find out what the differences between those 3 are and if there is a reason to get one of the bigger, heavier and more expensive lenses.