Sigma lenses appear to be going from strength to strength. Apart from the hardware Sigma also does a good job with their after sales support highlighted by the latest issue of firmware releases details of which are listed below with a link to the update page on Sigma's website.
Fujifilm have just launched a couple of brand new cinema lenses part of their new MK Series. The new lenses include an MK 18-55mm T2.9 and a 50-135mm T2.9 specifically designed for E-mount cameras such as the Sony FS7 II, FS7, and PXW-FS5 just to name a few. The new cinema lenses feature advanced optical performance, ultra-compact and lightweight design, as well as superb cost performance.
At the start of the CP+ photo exhibition in Japan earlier this morning, SIGMA announced four new lenses including the world’s first f/1.8, ultra-wide 14mm prime, The new Sigma 14mm f1.8 covers full-frame sensors and is designed for high resolution cameras making it ideal for architecture, astrophotography, documentary and landscapes.
Sony just announced 2 new full-frame lenses. One of them being the highly anticipated 100mm f/2.8 G Master STF OSS lens, which of course features optical image stabilisation, superb bokeh, and world-class sharpness. The other lens that Sony announced is a more budget oriented 85mm f1.8, which many portrait and wedding photographers would appreciate.