It is reported from foreign media today that Sigma will unveil a new Sony E-mount with three X-mount lenses on February 9, 2022, at a launch conference.
Sigma’s official YouTube channel stated that a new product launch conference would be held on February 9 at 10 p.m. Beijing time.
Also, according to the Sonyalpharumors site, similar information was contained therein, stating Sigma will unveil a new E-mount lens at this conference.
This lens, according to Sonyalpharumors, is a respectable E-mount lens, although not particularly intriguing.
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Similarly, according to Fujirumors, a Fuji camera news site, Sigma is poised to produce three X-mount lenses for Fuji.
According to the source, Sigma will release three X-mount lenses, including the following: 16mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary, 30mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary, and 56mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary are three examples of contemporary lenses.
According to our sources, these three Sigma lenses are not new items built specifically for the Fuji X-mount. Prices for the Sony E-mount and Canon M-mount models range from 1800 to 2400 yuan.
Sigma’s three APS-C lenses have focal lengths of 16, 30, and 56mm, respectively, and equivalent 35mm focal lengths of 24, 45, and 85mm. Besides, while Fuji’s own large aperture lenses are several times more expensive, these three Sigma APS-C lenses feature a large aperture of 1.4. These three large-aperture prime lenses will be particularly cost-effective for those with Fuji camera bodies.
Sigma was founded in 1961, and specializes in making and selling digital cameras, interchangeable lenses, and other photographic equipment. The corporation also specializes in exclusively produced photography- and video-related products.
At this time, Sigma China has not made any announcements about the new product launch conference. Stay connected to Techgenyz for more updates on the upcoming lenses and the launch conference.