What is the Sigma 16mm F1 4 used for?

What is the Sigma 16mm F1 4 used for?

The new SIGMA 16mm F1. 4 DC DN | Contemporary is the world’s first interchangeable lens for mirrorless Sony E-mount cameras in the APS-C format to offer a 24mm focal length (35mm equivalent) and F1. 4 brightness. The lens for Micro Four Thirds offers a 32mm focal length (35mm equivalent) with the same f-number of 1.4.

What is a 16mm lens good for?

Uses a 16mm ultra-wide angle focal length. This exaggeration of relative size can be used to add emphasis and detail to foreground objects, while still capturing expansive backgrounds. If you plan on using this effect to full impact, you’ll want to get as close as possible to the nearest subject in the scene.

How much does a Sigma lens cost?

Sigma 35mm F1. 4 Art DG HSM Lens for Canon, Black, 3.7 x 3.03 x 3.03 (340101)

List Price: $899.00 Details
Price: $719.00
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Is Sigma 16mm good for landscape?

The Sigma 16mm F1. 4 is an absolute must for landscape or architectural photographers taking pictures with a Sony APS-C system camera. It is not perfect but has an excellent price-performance ratio. On a stabilized camera, it is also highly recommended for videos.

Can Sigma 16mm be used on full frame?

I got a request to see how the crop factor APS-C E-Mount Sigma 16mm f/1.4 DC DN Lens will work on the full frame E-mount cameras. Also, it’s approximately a 22mm effective view when compared to using the crop factor mode which works out to 24mm effective.

Is 16mm lens wide?

Focal lengths between 35mm and 24mm are considered standard wide angle. Between 24mm to 16mm is what we usually refer to when saying wide angle. Focal lengths below 16mm are considered ultra wide angles. The most popular wide angle zoom range is 16-35mm.

How many mm is wide-angle lens?

Wide-angle lenses for 35 mm format Also by custom, a lens of focal length 35 mm or less is considered wide-angle.