Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG DN Art Sony

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Key specs

Lens mount
Sony E mount
Suitable for camera type
APS-C, Full frame
Lens compatible with
Sony mirrorless cameras
Zoom or prime lens
Zoom lens
Lens type
Standard

Pros and cons

According to our camera lens expert
  • Thanks to the relatively large f/2.8 maximum aperture, you can take sharp photos in dark locations.
  • Special lens elements and coatings prevent lens errors and reflections from the sun.
  • The lens doesn't have optical image stabilization to reduce motion blur.
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Description

The Sigma 24-70 mm f/2.8 DG DN Art Sony is suitable for full-frame Sony E-mount mirrorless cameras. With this versatile lens for professional photographers, you can take portrait, landscape, and report photos. The lens is light-sensitive thanks to the large aperture of f/2.8, which allows you to photograph in dark conditions. You also create a natural bokeh with this aperture number, so your subject stands out from the background. You can quickly and silently focus on your subject with the accurate autofocus stepping motor. The special lens elements reduce aberrations for optimal sharpness and brightness. In addition, the multi-layer coating prevents glare and light reflections from the sun. The dust proof and splash proof design allows you to use the lens in different weather conditions.

The Sigma 24-70 mm f/2.8 DG DN Art Sony is suitable for full-frame Sony E-mount mirrorless cameras. With this versatile lens for professional photographers, you can take portrait, landscape, and report photos. The lens is light-sensitive thanks to the large aperture of f/2.8, which allows you to photograph in dark conditions. You also create a natural bokeh with this aperture number, so your subject stands out from the background. You can quickly and silently focus on your subject with the accurate autofocus stepping motor. The special lens elements reduce aberrations for optimal sharpness and brightness. In addition, the multi-layer coating prevents glare and light reflections from the sun. The dust proof and splash proof design allows you to use the lens in different weather conditions.


Included by default

  • Manual (2.78 MB)
  • Lens caps (2x)
  • Lens hood LH876 04
  • Lens bag

Included by default

  • Manual (2.78 MB)
  • Lens caps (2x)
  • Lens hood LH876 04
  • Lens bag

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Key specs

Lens mount
Sony E mount
Suitable for camera type
APS-C, Full frame
Lens compatible with
Sony mirrorless cameras
Zoom or prime lens
Zoom lens
Lens type
Standard

Reviews

Rating

Customer images

Most helpful reviews

Our expert review

I took sharp photos in light and dark locations

  • Relatively compact for a zoom lens
  • Fixed aperture makes the lens bright
  • Lens weighs 829 grams, fairly heavy in combination with a light system camera

I find that the Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG DN Art lens delivers high image quality in combination with my Sony Alpha A7 II, on which I use the lens. It doesn't matter whether you shoot outdoors or indoors, your photos will be sharp. The lens is not very light, but you can feel that the build quality is high. Accurate focusing The lens has a smooth focus ring, with which you can accurately and manually determine your focus. When you turn the ring, the lens zooms in so that you can see whether you have focused correctly. I find this feature very useful, as I sometimes find it difficult to tell if a photo is sharp. Sharp photos both outside and inside The fixed aperture of f/2.8 makes the lens bright throughout the zoom range. This means I don't have to adjust my settings immediately when I change the focal length. In addition, this aperture ensures that you can also take sharp photos indoors with little noise. You don't have to increase the ISO value so quickly, this leads to less noise. Suitable for different situations The zoom range of 24-70mm makes the lens suitable for various types of photography. For example, I made landscape, architecture, portrait and street photos with it. The advantage is that I don't have to change my lens to shoot different subjects. The lens has 11 blades, with which you create a soft bokeh. I mainly use this for portrait photography, so the model you are photographing is separated from the background. Quite heavy due to the high build quality You notice that the lens is made of high-quality glass, which makes the lens heavier. I think you feel that the case is sturdy. Despite the high weight, I think the lens is in balance with my Sony Alpha A7 II. I think this lens can feel heavy on a lighter camera. You then have the idea that the camera tilts forward.

  • Manon. cameraspecialist.
  • 4 December 2020
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
5 / 5 stars
10/10

Razor-sharp lens for a razor-sharp price.

  • Hair, but really razor sharp.
  • Autofocus is perfect, even during filming.
  • Gets 'front heavy' when zooming because it doesn't zoom internally.

Now that Sony has finally released its firmware for other developers, you see an enormous growth in quality of lenses from other parties, including Sigma. Sigma has always stood for affordable quality, and has always managed to match or exceed Sony in terms of sharpness, for example. Yet Sigma (and a range of other brands) often missed the mark in terms of focus and some small details, partly because Sony wanted to keep their software exclusive, this is different now! The new 24-70 mm f/2.8 from Sigma offers everything, but then really everything you can expect from a 24-70 mm. Because it is a 'native' lens, it is razor-sharp, has a bizarrely good focus and a fine 'focal length' and is a super bright lens due to the large aperture, so also extremely suitable in the dark. All these pluses come with a negative edge, your lens is heavier than an average prime lens, but that makes sense. Because the lens does not zoom internally, but changes length when zooming, you notice a shift in weight, so that photos at a low shutter speed (often in a dark environment) can be shaken, also because the lens itself does not have a stabilizer. Nowadays a body can often compensate for this with an internal stabilizer, so in itself the problem is not that bad. If you are in doubt between the Sony G-Master 24-70 mm f/2.8 and Sigma ART 24-70 mm f/2.8, stop hesitating now and buy the Sigma. For half the money you get a better and also newer lens, which is equipped with all comforts. Attached is a photo taken with this lens with an A7M3, with specifications: ISO100, 1/40, 70MM at f/2.8.

  • Marko knol
  • 18 May 2020
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
5 / 5 stars
10/10

Top class for an affordable price

  • Top quality glass
  • razor sharp

Top class material for an affordable price. A great purchase for any photographer.

  • Ben verlooy
  • 28 November 2020
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
5 / 5 stars
9,7/10

Practice lens

  • sharpness
  • Build quality
  • Distortion at 24mm

parch the lens

  • Bernard j. van den berg
  • 1 April 2021
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
4.5 / 5 stars
8,7/10

Highly recommended despite the weight!

  • Excellent build quality
  • razor-sharp photos
  • quite weighty

Both the results and the construction are of very high quality, delivers top performance! The weight is on the high side, but no problem for the motors of my DJI Ronin S

  • Marvin honsbeek
  • 2 May 2021
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
5 / 5 stars
10/10

Absolutely great

  • Super sharp photos!
  • Silent autofocus perfect for video

Not inferior to the comparable lens from Sony, but is almost 1000 euros cheaper!

  • Steven
  • 2 September 2020
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
Our expert review

I took sharp photos in light and dark locations

  • Relatively compact for a zoom lens
  • Fixed aperture makes the lens bright
  • Lens zooms in when you focus manually
  • Lens weighs 829 grams, fairly heavy in combination with a light system camera

I find that the Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG DN Art lens delivers high image quality in combination with my Sony Alpha A7 II, on which I use the lens. It doesn't matter whether you shoot outdoors or indoors, your photos will be sharp. The lens is not very light, but you can feel that the build quality is high.

Accurate focusing
The lens has a smooth focus ring, with which you can accurately and manually determine your focus. When you turn the ring, the lens zooms in so that you can see whether you have focused correctly. I find this feature very useful, as I sometimes find it difficult to tell if a photo is sharp.

Sharp photos both outside and inside
The fixed aperture of f/2.8 makes the lens bright throughout the zoom range. This means I don't have to adjust my settings immediately when I change the focal length. In addition, this aperture ensures that you can also take sharp photos indoors with little noise. You don't have to increase the ISO value so quickly, this leads to less noise.

Suitable for different situations
The zoom range of 24-70mm makes the lens suitable for various types of photography. For example, I made landscape, architecture, portrait and street photos with it. The advantage is that I don't have to change my lens to shoot different subjects. The lens has 11 blades, with which you create a soft bokeh. I mainly use this for portrait photography, so the model you are photographing is separated from the background.

Quite heavy due to the high build quality
You notice that the lens is made of high-quality glass, which makes the lens heavier. I think you feel that the case is sturdy. Despite the high weight, I think the lens is in balance with my Sony Alpha A7 II. I think this lens can feel heavy on a lighter camera. You then have the idea that the camera tilts forward.

  • Manon. cameraspecialist.
  • 4 December 2020
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
5 / 5 stars
10/10

Razor-sharp lens for a razor-sharp price.

  • Hair, but really razor sharp.
  • Autofocus is perfect, even during filming.
  • Cheaper than the Sony G-Master variant.
  • Gets 'front heavy' when zooming because it doesn't zoom internally.

Now that Sony has finally released its firmware for other developers, you see an enormous growth in quality of lenses from other parties, including Sigma. Sigma has always stood for affordable quality, and has always managed to match or exceed Sony in terms of sharpness, for example. Yet Sigma (and a range of other brands) often missed the mark in terms of focus and some small details, partly because Sony wanted to keep their software exclusive, this is different now!

The new 24-70 mm f/2.8 from Sigma offers everything, but then really everything you can expect from a 24-70 mm. Because it is a 'native' lens, it is razor-sharp, has a bizarrely good focus and a fine 'focal length' and is a super bright lens due to the large aperture, so also extremely suitable in the dark. All these pluses come with a negative edge, your lens is heavier than an average prime lens, but that makes sense. Because the lens does not zoom internally, but changes length when zooming, you notice a shift in weight, so that photos at a low shutter speed (often in a dark environment) can be shaken, also because the lens itself does not have a stabilizer. Nowadays a body can often compensate for this with an internal stabilizer, so in itself the problem is not that bad.

If you are in doubt between the Sony G-Master 24-70 mm f/2.8 and Sigma ART 24-70 mm f/2.8, stop hesitating now and buy the Sigma. For half the money you get a better and also newer lens, which is equipped with all comforts.
Attached is a photo taken with this lens with an A7M3, with specifications: ISO100, 1/40, 70MM at f/2.8.

  • Marko knol
  • 18 May 2020
  • Automatically translated from Dutch
5 / 5 stars
10/10

Top class for an affordable price

  • Top quality glass
  • razor sharp
  • nice bokeh

Top class material for an affordable price. A great purchase for any photographer.

  • Ben verlooy
  • 28 November 2020
  • Automatically translated from Dutch


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