Sigma serves up some new glass for Full-Frame Mirrorless Cameras. The fifth Sigma lens designed specifically for full-frame mirrorless camera systems is the new 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG DN OS Telephoto Lens. It has been built from the ground up for mirrorless camera systems featuring 16 groups and 22 elements, with one FLD and four SLDs used for the effective correction of aberrations and distortions. It will be available in Sony E-mount and L-mount on July 10, 2020 for $949.00 USD.
Sigma has also announced two new Mirrorless Teleconverters. The TC-1411 and TC-2011 are designed exclusively for use with Sigma L-mount mirrorless lenses. Mounted between a lens and the camera body, the TC-1411 magnifies the focal length of the camera by 1.4x, and the TC-2011 by 2x. They will also be available on July 10, 2020 for $399.00 USD (TC-1411) and $429.00 USD (TC-2011).
In addition, new F1.4 Mirrorless Primes lenses are being added to the product line including a 16mm, 30mm, and 56mm. Each lens has a compact and lightweight body designed for daily use as they cover the range from true wide angle to normal to portrait. Stepping motors ensure smooth, swift, quiet autofocus for both still and video capture. In addition to the upcoming L-Mount variations, these products are available for Sony E-mount, Canon EF-M mount and Micro Four Thirds camera systems. These lenses will also first be available starting July 10, 2020 at the following price points:
16mm F1.4 DC DN Contemporary ($449 USD)
30mm F1.4 DC DN Contemporary ($339 USD)
56mm F1.4 DC DN Contemporary ($479 USD)