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Excellent images Quentin. I am also impressed with Sigma's L-mount DG DN lenses. I have the 105/2.8 macro, the 85/1.4 and the 45/2.8 DG DN lenses with plans to add a few more of Sigma's lenses to my L-mount systems (S1/S1R/SL) in the months to come.I am using it with two of Sigma's newest Mirrorless camera specifc lenses, the 24-70mm F/2.8 Art, and the 14-24mm F/2.8 Art, along with (for the 24-70mm) Kase magnetic filters, and (for the 14-24mm) Nisi's dedicated and massive filter system.
First up I have to say what great lenses the two Sigma lenses are. Spectacular. Although not yet used much, they are great additions to the L-mount. Sigma are knocking it out of the park with these latest offerings, and also with their 105mm Macro in the same series, all with full weather sealing. However, probably the cream of the crop is the 35mm F/1,2, the only lens that floored me when I first saw results from it. I have it with me but I have not yet used it in Cornwall.