Sigma 24-35mm f/2 DG HSM Art Lens Review – World’s Fastest Full Frame Zoom Lens

Here is our full review of the 24-35mm f/2 DG HSM Art Lens from Sigma.

24-35mm f/2 for Canon EF: http://bhpho.to/1DQNzO2
24-35mm f/2 for Nikon F: http://bhpho.to/1Tx2kg3
24-35mm f/2 for Sigma SA: http://bhpho.to/1Ne4psk

Shot on Canon 5D Mark iii: http://bhpho.to/1f0t5qe

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Comments

Tamás Gulyás says:

With this range, this is not a zoom lens. Ridiculous …

Martin Cuevas says:

there is any wide angle full frame with more aperture or same even closer ??

PrettyHard 01 says:

…i really like to have one of those but art series lenses of sigma was a bit pricey

Alejandro Bojaca says:

First comment! Yay! Good video!

MrWeatherstorm says:

Gauss bokeh, no, thanks.

Avidcomp says:

What’s the focus throw like?

Thìn Nguyễn says:

Tôi muốn sigma 24/70 art được bán ở vietnam

Valentin Gaidai says:

star test of a lens for aberrations Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM Art https://www.flickr.com/photos/133665080@N06/

Hardened Studios says:

I use the 18-35mm 1.8 on Full Frame.  Usable 28-35mm.

Victor Hernandez says:

Is this lens weather resistant?

Hamza Saeed says:

2nd commentt double yeaaahhhhh……:p

Philand wu says:

Nikon 150-500 mm

Cars and Cameras says:

+1 @lorisgerber Oh no! It’s a little darkness in the corners…what shall I do?!

Asela Bandara says:

what do you think 35mm f1.4 or this one which one is the best selection

ACiD_ ReinX says:

so basically its a 24mm/35mm art lens combine together as one nice…

Farhaj Dawood says:

one of the first comments

Loris Gerber says:

Why are all testers caring about a litte bit of vignetting?
At the end, the most photographers would probably add vignetting to their photos, because it looks great!

flameout12345 says:

does this work with the new a7riii with the metabones adapter?

WhichLens says:

I would open this, take the lenses out and shake them a bit.

James Cebedo says:

I cannot find a reason to have any use for this lens. 1) its expensive 2) If i want to do astrophotography id rather buy a 24 1.4. That extra stop of light means I can go from 1600 iso to 800 iso. 3) If I want an ultra wide angle zoom, 16 – 35 range is better. 24 is never really in ultra wide territory. 4) And If i want a normal walk around lens 24 – 105 or 24 – 70 at least gets to the short telephoto range. Yes the 24-35 might be a sharp lens, but it is expensive ($1000) and not very useful in real world conditions. You also cannot compare this to a prime because it has 18! elements. That much glass has a negative effect on microcontrast and tonality.

jaquino94 says:

I’m looking into getting the 35mm 1.4 Art; however, I’m also debating about getting the 24mm Art. Would this lens get rid of that problem? I don’t mind losing 2/3 of a stop, the only thing I’m worried about is the IQ compared to the primes

GoldFaced says:

I’m here because I’m wondering if the Sigma 18-35 1.8 will ruin my Cannon Mark 3. I saw a comment that says it is just for crop sensor cameras. Please help.

untouchable360x says:

Maybe Canon should release a 33-35mm 1.4 and call it the fastest zoom lens

John Roch says:

8:07 Spell check – Quiet ( not quite )
I’m just teasing. I have always enjoyed your honesty in your videos. I own a 18-35 f1.8 and it turns my camera into “god” ( minus image stabilization ). Keep killing it Sigma! Canon and Nikon are gonna stop making lenses all together if you keep this up!

Farhaj Dawood says:

hi waaj

KTMbua Edit says:

why would ppl buy this when they have 18-35mm f1.8? With better zoom range and faster aperture, thats clearly better than this lens. Although 18-35 lens is aps-c lens, it is still usable on full frame except on wider angles.

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