The Sigma 35mm f1.4 Art for E-mount is the best lens for the money available natively for Sony in that focal length. This review covers price comparisons, AF speed, video autofocus, decentering, and physical size.
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Table of Contents:
0:00 – Intro
1:03 – Unboxing
1:51 – Decentering Issue Compared to Distagon
3:41 – Size, Weight, & Physical Features
4:15 – Price Comparisons Start
4:35 – Compared to Sony 35mm f2.8 Sonnar
5:05 – Rokinon 35mm f1.4 & Notes on 3rd-Party Lenses
6:14 – Focusing Section Starts
6:30 – Addressing Sigma’s Old AF Consistency Issue
7:40 – Showing How Fast This Lens Focuses
8:10 – Continuous Autofocus for Video Performance
9:39 – Tracking Test 1: Slowly Getting Closer
10:00 – Tracking Test 2: Following a Moving Object
10:13 – Final Thoughts
Sigma 35mm f1.4: https://amzn.to/2yQARm7
Sony 35mm f1.4 Distagon: https://amzn.to/2tBx9ro
Sony 35mm f2.8 Sonnar: https://amzn.to/2lFiS8D
Samyang 35mm f1.4: https://amzn.to/2Ki2ytt
Rokinon 35mm f1.4: https://amzn.to/2KqTqyp
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