SIGMA 16-28mm F2.8 DG DN | Contemporary
• Lens construction: 16 elements in 11 groups, with 5 FLD and 4 aspherical lens elements
• Inner zoom
• Inner focus system
• Compatible with high-speed autofocus
• Stepping motor
• Compatible with front filter (72mm)
• Compatible with Lens Abberation Correction
• Support for DMF and AF+MF
• Super Multi-Layer Coating
• Support for switching between linear and non-linear focus ring settings (L-mount only)
The full-frame SIGMA 16-28mm F2.8 DG DN | Contemporary combines exceptional optical quality, a bright F2.8 constant aperture and a robust and lightweight body, opening up new possibilities for L-Mount and Sony E-mount shooters who need professional results in a compact package.
With its excellent field curvature correction, the 16-28mm F2.8 DG DN | Contemporary is able to achieve exceptional edge-to-edge sharpness, which is essential for most wide-angle applications. It boasts five FLD elements and four aspherical lens elements to ensure optimal image quality with minimal aberrations.
The lens has an inner zoom mechanism that keeps overall length consistent throughout the entire zoom range, helping it feel balanced in the hand. The inner zoom also means the lens’ center of gravity stays fairly constant, so it’sperfect for gimbal use. A front filter thread allows filters to be attached more easily.
With an exceptionally compact form-factor, weighing in at just 450g and measuring just 100.6mm in length, this is a highly practical optic that is portable enough for everyday shooting. It’s especially appealing for landscape, wedding and travel photographers who need to carry their kit over long distances or for long periods of time.
The 16-28mm F2.8 DG DN | C brilliantly combines the portability of a compact zoom with the high-definition optical performance of a large-aperture lens, making it a game-changer in the mirrorless ultra-wide-angle zoom category.
|Construction||11 groups, 16 elements (5 FLD and 4 aspherical elements)|
|Sensor Size||Full Frame|
|Angle of view||107°–75.4°|
|Number of diaphragm blades||9 (rounded diaphragm)|
|Minimum focusing distance||25cm|
|Maximum magnification ratio||1:5.6|