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Load image into Gallery viewer, Sigma 19mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Black) for Micro 4/3
Load image into Gallery viewer, Sigma 19mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Black) for Micro 4/3
Load image into Gallery viewer, Sigma 19mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Black) for Micro 4/3
Load image into Gallery viewer, Sigma 19mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Black) for Micro 4/3
Load image into Gallery viewer, Sigma 19mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Black) for Micro 4/3
Load image into Gallery viewer, Sigma 19mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Black) for Micro 4/3
Load image into Gallery viewer, Sigma 19mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Black) for Micro 4/3
Load image into Gallery viewer, Sigma 19mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Black) for Micro 4/3
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Sigma 19mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Black) for Micro 4/3

4.4
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  • Three glass mold aspherical lenses provide excellent correction for distortion, color aberration and field curvature
  • Super Multi-Layer Coating reduces flare and ghosting and provides sharp and high contrast images even at the maximum aperture
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Customer Reviews

Ok for the price, horrid wide open until f 5.6This is an ok lens for general M 4/3 work. I tested on a Lumix G7 in monochrome and color doing street photography.Wide open this lens is pretty bad. Unsharp with chromatic aberrations and general softness. Only around f4-f5 does it start to come under control and by f 5.6 you can get good images. For me I'm not sure this is a better solution that the original 14-42mm kit lens which also goes to f 5.6 when zoomed.The equivalent focal length is 38mm which I do find a little tight. You see in the early 1980s I cut my teeth on 35mm film cameras (Nikon FM/FE) and the Nikkor f2.0 35mm was my main lens for street photography. For M 4/3, no one that I know of makes a '17.5mm' lens to match this. You have the Pany 20mm (=40mm) and the Oly 17mm (=34mm). The Pany is too narrow for me.I did return the lens the same day I tested it. If you know what you are looking for in your end images, and you are just not 100% certain that your equipment is giving that too you, then change/upgrade your equipment. I am very happy with my Fuji X-T2 and X-T20 and every Fuji lens I own. I use M 4/3 when I want something even more casual and smaller for street photography and general travel. I will try the Oly 17mm 1.8 next. e bay here I come.3FANTASTIC Lens for the Micro 4/3 FormatWell, I feel kind of silly writing a review for an item that already has over 200 reviews, and almost a straight five-star rating, but I have to say that this is one of the most impressive lenses I've used on the micro 4/3 format cameras. This lens is actually made in Japan (!), and is part of the Sigma "Art" series. There is a reason most people rave about it. The lens is extremely sharp, has very accurate color, and controls very well for pincushioning and barrel distortion. It's extremely well built, but in spite of that, it is light, which somewhat seems like a contradiction in terms. But it's true: both quality manufacturing and light weight are hallmarks of this lens.I purchased this lens because I was using the very nice Olympus 14-42mm EZ lens for museum photography. I got lots of great shots with that lens, also due to its characteristics, build, and its light weight. The Olympus 14-42 EZ, too, is a surprisingly sharp lens. But that Olympus lens does not control for barrel distortion very well, and when you are photographing a painting in a museum, you'll get some serious distortion at certain zoom lengths (it's also the kind of distortion that takes a lot of time and effort in post-processing to remove). This Sigma Art lens, however, has almost no distortion to speak of. And although this Sigma Art 19mm is physically longer than the Olympus 14-42 EZ lens (which is essentially a pancake lens, in spite of its nice 3x zoom factor), the Sigma 19mm weighs almost the same amount. And not having to spend nearly as much time in post-processing when shooting, say, in museums, really is what I was looking for.At $200, this lens is a steal. Right now (August 2018) it's on sale for $169, which is an absolutely terrific price. And I still marvel that it is made in Japan. You can certainly feel it, and the images it produces echo that. (The manual focus ring, for example, is as smooth as lenses that are much, much more expensive, and certainly smoother than most Olympus lenses I've used.) Colors are very accurate, with little "bias" in the color palette, too. Oh, and I can't refrain from saying this: IT COMES WITH A NICE CASE! I've purchased lenses that cost over $1,000 and are supplied with no case whatsoever.This is a real winner, and I, like the 200+ people before me, can HIGHLY recommend it. Five Stars.PLUSES++ Extremely sharp, accurate picture renditions++ Pretty wide aperture (F/2.8)++ Barrel/pincushion distortion very well controlled++ Generally fast focusing++ Silent operation++ Excellent, neutral color output (so, when you shoot with a standard color setting it actually WILL be standard; if you shoot in a vivid color setting it will BE vivid without bizarre colors showing up)++ Made in Japan with extremely high manufacturing quality++ Lightweight++ Case supplied (Incredible! I've seen no shortage of $1,000+ lenses that come with no case whatsoever!)++ Inexpensive++ Good lens cap that stays in place, and is easy to get on and off (don't underestimate this)MINUSES-- A small bit of rattle may be heard if you shake the lens. This is something that many people over the years report with Sigma Art lenses. There is argumentation as to the cause, but most people report no functional problems with their lens, and I haven't run into any, either, so I would not be concerned. Most people have settled on the theory that the rattle is present only when optical image stabilization is not being used. I have no idea if that is true, or not, but I have not run into problems, and it must be part of the specification of the lens' internal functions.-- I'm trying to think of some others, but can't really find more. I'm sorry, I'm not trying to be biased, but when you look at what you get for the price, along with the lens' characteristics, I'm kind of at a loss to list a real minus. If I run into one over time, I'll return to this review and update it.5Excellent for photography but a no-go for videographyI've tried several APS-C Sigma lenses as well as OEM Sony lenses. This little lens is probably the greatest sleeper on the market. Meaning, it doesn't look like much. It doesn't feel like much. It's not even priced like much. But the photos it takes are quite amazing.I did a comparison shoot with this and four other lenses. I had to triple-check my work and lineup because what I was seeing wasn't making any sense. On an APS-C Sony, this lens was out-shooting lenses costing three times as much. Sharp as a tack, across nearly the entire picture area (little softness on the edges), and while avoiding the bowing or barrel distortion that's typical with wide-angle lenses.I only have two complaints about this lens. One may seem trivial: The smooth outer barrel is weird. We photographers are used to ribbing or at least texture on our focus rings. This lens curiously has a smooth outer barrel. It doesn't effect function (unless maybe you're in the mist or rain or your fingers are otherwise slippery). My second complaint has to do with video. For reasons I do not understand, there is a very distinct, rhythmic, and constant pulsing and breathing when shooting video using auto-focus. It is very clear to see at the edges of the frame, and very noticeable (it's not subtle at all). It is a very strange movement because it's constant and at the same rate (not like the lens is hunting and then finds it's way, it's a continuous pulsing or throbbing and never stops). Unless you are committed to always using manual focus when shooting video, this lens is a no-go.I'll be returning this lens because I shoot about 50/50 video and still images. I thought a lot about keeping this lens just because the images are so damn sharp. It's a perfect "around town" lens. But I don't want to have to switch lenses every time I see something cool I want to capture on video.4Great wide angle lens to add to your kitFantastic wide angle prime lens for the money. There are other wide angles for around the same price (some from Sony) but overall this lens from Sigma has much better IQ, both center and in the corners. There is still some vignetting and distortion, but can be corrected for in post (Lightroom). small, lightweight and compact, this is an ideal lens to have in your kit for those moments where you need a little more field of view. Be aware of the filter size though - different than my SEL35F18, which means i need to buy more filters.Overall, fantastic image quality and worth even more than the price paid!5Couldn t be happier!!!I bought this lens for my Sony A6000 for a trip to Iceland where I knew I would want to take much more wide angle outdoor photos. I have the Samyang 12mm and while it takes great photos, I don t enjoy manual focus. I didn t have huge expectations for this lens but I was blown away by the photos it took. Great color and super sharp. 90% of my 1,500 photos were taken with this lens. I highly recommend it for anyone looking for an inexpensive lens which takes fantastic photos!!!!5Nice alternative to Olympus and Panasonic lensesI was on the fence between the Sigma and the Olympus 17, so far, I haven't missed those 2mm like I thought I would. It's fast focusing and crisp, and color rendering is nice. I DO wish so bad it were more of a pancake, but you can't have it all! The Olympus pancake while flat, had poor optics, so I'll stick with this one for a while.5Yeah, but I would love to see a 24mm alsoI bought the 19mm f/2.8 to use on a Sony a6000, and it's a superb combination, I also have the Sigma 30mm f/2.8, and it's superb with the a6000 also.BUT - I really wish there was a 24mm in the Sigma f/2.8 DN series (equiv 35mm on full frame). It would be my walk around lens in a heartbeat. A 24mm and the Sigma 60mm would be the perfect pair for the Sony APS-C bodies, and they'd sell a ton of them. I think Sigma missed the boat on this one.5Nice little lens. Gets the job done. Mostly satisfied.I've been a big fan of where Sigma has been taking their lenses lately. Having used their 50mm ART and 120-300mm Sports lens I though I'd try out a native E-mount lens too. I went with the 19mm crop lens for my Sony A6300. Photo quality turned out good, not as sharp as the 50mm but it's still a passing grade in my book. I for the most part am satisfied with the results.There are 2 things that do disappoint me but they were not deal breakers.1. With this being a wide angle lens I expected some distortion but I ended getting more than I would like.2. The auto-focus is not quick or quiet enough for video work, there is too much hunting and has a slightly noticeable "breathing bokeh".4A few comments for full-frame camera users and photos!There's not a lot left to be said about this lens that hasn't already. I got this lens for my A7R. Yes, it is a full-frame camera, and this is a crop-sensor lens. Thankfully, Sony's full-frame Alpha series can easily adapt to using crop-sensor lenses. You'll lose resolution, but it won't be an issue, if you're shooting for digital purposes!Image quality is nice and sharp! There is very little lens distortion or blur around the edges, making this an ideal choice for landscape photography. I'll attach some sample shots I've taken.4Excellent value and results in a small lightweight prime lens!Very pleased with this lens. It's small, light weight, but produced excellent results. No, it's not a Zeiss lens -- but for ~~~~10% of the cost, I'm getting ~~~~97% of the results. That's a trade-off I'll make all day long.5
Sigma 19mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Black) for Micro 4/3

Sigma 19mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Black) for Micro 4/3

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 420.00
Sale price
SG$ 420.00
Regular price
SG$ 700.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (SG$ 280.00)