Sigma 90mm F2.8 DG DN Review

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Sigma’s 90mm f2.8 DG DN is a very appealing lens for Sony and L-mount mirrorless owners who want a short telephoto lens for portraits or details without the heft or cost of faster models. The f2.8 focal ratio may not be the fastest around but can still deliver attractive shallow depth of field effects, even more so if you can exploit the respectable minimum focusing distance.
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This new 90mm lens is very intriguing to me for a couple of reasons. The first reason is the nature of the focal length itself. Both Sigma and Samyang have developed lineups of compact lenses, and Sony has some as well, but the longest focal length in Samyang’s “tiny series”, for example, is 75mm. There are probably some 15 compact, high performing autofocus lenses under 75mm on Sony, but none over 75mm…until now.
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The Sigma 90mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary looks and feels like a vintage lens, but inside you'll find a modern, superb optic. We love its images and close-up focus, but action photographers will want a short telephoto prime with faster focus.
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