1. SIGMA's Power Duo: 18-35mm T2 and 50-100mm T2 High Speed Cine Zoom

    Sigma 18-35mm Cine and 50-100mm T2

    Although SIGMA introduced these highly adaptable lenses back in 2016, their performance remains unparalleled even today. For filmmakers seeking exceptional quality and versatility, the SIGMA Cine 18-35mm T2 and 50-100mm T2 lenses continue to impress.

  2. Find the right SIGMA Cine lens for your production

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    SIGMA recently published a thorough buyer's guide, aimed to help cinematographers select the correct Sigma cine primes or zooms for their productions. Sigma has come a long way since the release of the High-Speed Cine Zoom 18-35mm T2 and its bigger brother the 50-100mm alongside the Full-Frame High Speed Cine Primes.

  3. SIGMA Cine Lenses for Luxury Car Cinematography

    Sigma Cine lenses for car

    Up and coming cinematographer Chris Luong shared his experience on filming luxury cars with SIGMA cine lenses for Lucid Motors. In a recent interview published on the Sigma blog, Chris revealed his kit currently includes the Sigma 14mm, 35mm, 50mm, and 85mm High-Speed cine primes among others.

  4. Tiffen Magnetic Rear Filters, Sigma 14mm f1.4, DaVinci Resolve 18.5 Beta 4

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    This week we are featuring the new Tiffen Rear Magnetic Filters for the ARRI Signature Primes, the recently announced SIGMA 14mm f/1.4 DG DN Art lens, and the latest updates from Blackmagic Design - Camera Update 8.1.2 and DaVinci Resolve 18.5 Beta 4.

  5. Oscar-winning documentary "Navalny" Shot on SIGMA CINE lenses

    Tyger shot with Sigma Classic lenses

    SIGMA recently caught up with the DoP of the Academy Award-winning Documentary "Navalny", which won Best Documentary at this year's awards ceremony to chat about how he ended up filming this exciting project and what made him chose the SIGMA Cine prime lenses for this film.

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