Sigma 35mm F/1.4 DG HSM Art Sigma

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Sigma 35 mm F/1.4 DG HSM ART Sigma

The Sigma 35 mm F/1.4 DG HSM ART Sigma is a prime lens with a fixed focal length of 35 mm. With this unique wide angle lens you are assured of high resolution images with lifelike colours and a lot of detail. The lens is part of Sigma's well-known ART line and uses both FLD and SLD glass elements to prevent chromatic aberrations and distortions. This allows you to benefit from extraordinary clarity. Furthermore, the lens construction is made up of two aspherical elements, which ensures minimal distortion and makes your images as sharp and accurate as possible. A multilayer super coating suppresses lens flare for more contrast when working in different lighting conditions. The Sigma 35 mm F/1.4 is ideally suited for landscape, interior and architectural photography and offers a unique combination of broad perspective and fast, flexible performance.

The Sigma 35 mm F/1.4 DG HSM ART wide-angle lens is powered by the Hyper Sonic Motor: a fast motor that offers smooth and silent autofocus performance. You can always focus manually by simply turning the focus ring. Working under different weather conditions and temperatures is no problem with this lens, and the high quality materials from which it is made ensure the Sigma 35 mm F/1.4 ART is also an excellent solution in the long term.

Main features of the Sigma 35 mm F/1.4 DG HSM ART Sigma:

  • Prime lens
  • Lens mount: Sigma
  • Fixed focal length: 35 mm
  • An APS-C equivalent focal length of 52.5 mm
  • Exceptionally high image performance with great contrast, detail and clarity
  • Bright F/1.4 maximum aperture for working in low or poor light conditions
  • One FLD and four SLD glass elements to combat chromatic aberrations
  • Even more sharpness and detail thanks to four aspherical glass elements
  • Equipped with a multi-layer coating to prevent lens flare
  • Hyper Sonic Motor for fast, smooth and virtually silent focusing
  • Ideal for use under different (weather) conditions and temperatures
  • Dust and water resistant thanks to rubber seals

Supplied as standard with the Sigma 35 mm F/1.4 DG HSM ART Sigma:

  • Prime lens
  • Lens hood
  • Lens caps (front and rear)
  • Lens case
  • Two year warranty







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Image stabiliserNee
Fixed focal length (mm)35.0Focal point
Minimum focal length (mm)35.0Focal point
Maximum focal length (mm)35.0Focal point
Fixed focal pointJaFocal point
Number of aperture blades9Aperture
Maximum aperture (f)1.4Aperture
Minimum aperture (f)16Aperture
Fixed aperture zoom lensNeeAperture
Length (mm)94.0Size & Packaging
Lens structure (elements/groups)13/11Lens system
Shortest focusing distance0.30Focus
LensmountNikon F (FX)Technical specs
Filter size (mm)67.0Technical specs
Suitable for full frameJaTechnical specsIs the lens suitable for use on a camera with a full-frame sensor?