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Sigma 60mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Silver) for Sony SE

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Sony NEX
Silver
Brand Sigma
Lens Type Standard
Compatible Mountings Sony E
Camera Lens Description 60 millimetres
Maximum Focal Length 60 Millimeters

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  • Minimum focusing distance of 50CM.Maximum Focusing magnification ratio of 1:7.2
  • Our DN lenses make a rattle/loose sound when handled or shaken due to the auto focus component that is controlled by a magnetic field within the lens
  • Excellent for taking shots with a pinpoint focus on a subject.
  • Fast and large apertures lens for mirror less camera systems.
  • Choice of silver or black finish.

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Color Silver Black Black Black Black
Compatible Camera Mount Sony E Sony E, Sony E Sony E, Sony E Sony E Sony E
Focus Type Stepper motor Auto Focus Auto Focus Manual Focus Stepper motor
Item Dimensions 2.2 x 2.4 x 2.4 inches 2.3 x 2.1 x 2.6 inches 3.6 x 2.8 x 2.8 inches 2.3 x 2.8 x 2.8 inches 2.44 x 2.44 x 2.44 inches
Item Weight 0.00 ounces 0.61 lbs 0.89 lbs 0.60 lbs 7.13 ounces
Lens Type Standard Full Frame Wide Angle Wide Angle Telephoto
Maximum Aperture f/2.8 f/56 1.4 millimeters 2 millimeters f/1.8
Maximum Focal Length 60 millimeters 19.7 16 millimeters 12 millimeters 50 millimeters
Minimum Aperture 22 16 16 millimeters 0.01 22
Minimum Focal Length 60 millimeters 56 16 millimeters 12 millimeters 50 millimeters
Photo Filter Thread Size 60 millimeters 66.5 millimeters 67 millimeters 67 millimeters 49 millimeters

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Style:Sony NEX  |  *:Silver

Angle view equivalent to 120mm on MFT and 90mm on E-mount system

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Style:Sony NEX  |  *:Silver

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Reviewed in the United States on May 17, 2015
Style: Sony NEX*: SilverVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Believe the hype!!!
By BRPLouis on May 17, 2015
This lens is sharp. I am going to gear my review for those who are deciding between this one and the Sony 50mm f1.8. I own both and they each serve their purpose. If you are into videography, get the Sony. The Sigma is loud and focusing while recording, from what I've seen online, is not as smooth. The thing that the Sony lens has that gives it an edge over the Sigma is OSS (Optical Steady Shot) and being faster (f1.8). To me, the OSS is not that big of a deal. Some of the best lens is not optically stabilized. As long as you you know to have your shutter speed faster than your focal length, you will be fine. Now if you are shooting in low light and have to lower your shutter speed, then yes, this lens will be great. And that is why I own both. As for me, I mostly shoot with OSS turned off on my A6000 to save battery. Now, to the comparison.

I know that the Sony is faster then the Sigma at f1.8, but in my tests, the Sigma was brighter. I think this is due to that fact that the Sony's lens has one extra element that light has to go through (see the attached images). Both pictures were shot at f4.0 ISO 400 and a shutter speed of 1/90. The Sigma is on the left and Sony on the right. The focus was placed on the Swingline text on the stapler. As you can see, the Sigma is brighter (look at the background). I did the same thing wide open and the same held true (sorry, those pictures aren't loaded). So while Sony is f1.8 and the Sigma is f2.8, from what I can tell, Sigma is brighter.

Now, I am not a pixel peeper and I am not going to get into chromatic aberrations and other jargon. Not that it doesn't mater, but it's not that important to me. In any case, both lens perform great in that department. The Sony lens is more contrasty. Look at the black text on the paper. Sony, on the right, has more punch. The text is blacker. This could be due to Sigma being more brighter as stated above, but I just wanted to point that out.

Now for bokeh. The closer you are to a subject the more out of focus the background will be, so based on that knowledge, the Sigma's bokeh will be better (in my opinion). The aperture blade count is the same on both lens so that didn't play into the outcome. They both can be used for portrait and street photography.

I haven't tested this yet, but from watching youtube, Davin from Levikka photography stated that the silver model scratches easily and he recommends getting the black version. I own the silver, due the fact it was backordered (and I got impatient). I will let you know in future updates if this true.

Overall, if you're deciding between the two, either one would be a great choice. If OSS is very important to you then the Sony is one for you. If sharpness and detail is more important to you, then the Sigma has your name written all over it. If you get the Sigma for budget reasons, you will not regret it.

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I apologize if the picture quality is not that great. My old version of Adobe was not compatible with Office 2013 and I had to use Paint to crop the pictures.
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Reviewed in the United States on March 3, 2016
Style: Sony NEX*: SilverVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars I'm going to start by saying the image quality on this is AMAZING. I have already decided that I'm going to ...
By famof3 on March 3, 2016
I'm using this lens on an A6000 and an NEX 5N, primarily for portraits; secondary for photojournalism and travel.

I'm going to start by saying the image quality on this is AMAZING. I have already decided that I'm going to replace all my normal lenses with fixed focal lengths for the Art series. My mind was pretty much blown at the quality. I was actually really concerned because it is so much cheaper than other art lenses, and since the aperture wasn't too much of a concern for me, I went with the cheaper option. And I could not be happier. Really.

It's a sturdy feeling lens and has a metal mount which is a huge thing for me. The front black part is plastic, but the barrel and the rest of the parts as far as I can see are metal. It's also heavy for the size; I have several other primes for my Sony and this is by far the heaviest and most impressive feeling. Manual focus is smooth all the way around with no sticky spots or areas where it becomes more difficult. It's styled well, EXCEPT...

The barrel. That shiny, glossy, slippery metal. That is where you turn for autofocus. It doesn't give much of a sense of "grip" at all. It's basically like walking across ice with 2 more pieces of ice strapped to your feet. And just thinking about it scratches it. My lenses are stored at all times in a Nat Geo backpack in their own separate compartments and STILL this thing looks like my kid keeps it in his toybox. It doesn't affect the functionality of the lens, but it is SO annoying to have that nice shiny mirror-like surface... covered in scratches.

Overall, I love this lens. I'm obsessed with this lens. Thinking about it makes me giddy. Just don't expect it to look new for very long.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2016
Style: Sony NEX*: BlackVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Works great for senior portraits!
By Romi A. on September 20, 2016
Nice and sharp lens! I used it at F2.8 for multiple senior photo shoots and my clients (and more importantly, their parents) loved them! I would highly recommend this lens.
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Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2015
Style: Micro Four Thirds*: BlackVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars L Glass Junkie Approves! Great Lens
By Mark Russell on October 1, 2015
WOW... Believe the reviews (I didn't when I read them). I was very skeptical about how well this lens was going to perform at 199 Dollars. I can report that everyone is singing the praises for a good reason, this is a great lens. Very sharp, fast focus, contrasty and punchy as all get out. I got the lens this morning and went out for a few hours with it and was blown away when I got home and started looking at them. The photo I'm enclosing is straight out of the camera at a local college here in So Cal.

I have shot with Canon L Glass for as long as they have been making L glass and I'm happy to report that this Sigma will not be going back, it's a keeper. Great Job Sigma
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Earthworm Jim
4.0 out of 5 stars really good value for money
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 12, 2015
Style: Sony NEX*: BlackVerified Purchase
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IamU&URMe
4.0 out of 5 stars Lovely colours and sharpness
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 13, 2019
Style: Micro Four Thirds*: BlackVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars Lovely colours and sharpness
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 13, 2019
This lens is a must have for anybody using a micro four thirds system. It's light, made of metal and has great specs that hold up. Wide open the lens remains extremely sharp. In one of my images, if you zoom in on the hair of either the dog or the woman you can see all the details with no chromatic aberration of vingeting. The lens makes the colours pop, such as on the woman's House coat and the dogs collars really making an impact on the images.
It's light weight, which makes it easy for anybody to bring on a shoot for portraits, or even doing some street portraits. Really this lens is made for portraits, or even some claustrophobic street stuff. The background separation (or BOKAH!!) is beautiful and looks almost as if its f5 on a full frame.
The build quality is amazing, fully metal with the only down side being that the focus collar gathers greasy finger prints and scratches quite easily. Speaking of the focus collar, it takes up almost the entire exterior of the lens, and feels amazing when getting manual focus.
The box it came in contains the lens its self, warranty stuff, user manual and the pretty good lens hood. The lens hood is small, and compact, great for bringing around on a shoot in the street.
Information on the pics I supplied:
The first one was shot at 1/160th, f 2.8, and ISO 1600
And the three with the woman were shot at 1/80th, f 2.8 and ISO 800
The portrait was shot at 1/500th of a second, ISO 200 at f 2.8
And the worker was shot at 1/200th, f3.5, iso 200
All were lightly edited in light room
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John Bean
5.0 out of 5 stars Stellar performance - even wide open. Absolute bargain.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 13, 2018
Style: Sony NEX*: BlackVerified Purchase
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buxz777
5.0 out of 5 stars Great lens... Great price... 5 stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 8, 2017
Style: Sony NEX*: BlackVerified Purchase
5 people found this helpful
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Peter Piper
5.0 out of 5 stars Very sharp at f5.6
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 12, 2015
Style: Micro Four Thirds*: BlackVerified Purchase
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