Utilizing SLD and FLD (fluorite) glass elements, this Sigma 340101 35mm f/1.4 DG standard lens minimizes axial and chromatic aberration while shooting with your compatible Canon digital camera. HSM (hyper-sonic motor) technology allows fast autofocusing.
Compatible with select Canon digital cameras
For use with your existing device.
HSM (hyper-sonic motor) technology
Ensures quiet, high-speed, accurate autofocusing (requires a camera body that supports HSM).
Floating internal focusing system
Offers high-quality optical performance when shooting subjects from a close distance.
Works with Sigma USB dock and Optimization Pro software (not included)
So you can adjust and fine tune the focusing parameters.
11.8" minimum focus distance
Helps you achieve rich detail.
35mm focal length
Enables versatile shooting. Ideal for travel, wedding, event, portrait and specialty photography.
63.4° angle of view
Allows you to capture a wide area.
1:5.2 maximum magnification
Helps you bring your subjects into clear focus.
f/16 minimum aperture and f/1.4 maximum aperture
For optimal light gathering, resulting in detailed photos.
13 elements in 11 groups with 9 diaphragm blades
Also features SLD and FLD (fluorite) glass elements to help correct axial and chromatic aberration.
Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art Standard Lens for Canon
A:AnswerYes Jacob, this ( as long as the canon version is purchased) is an EF mount. The entry level canon DSLR bodies are EF-S mounts, while the mid range and upper range DSLR bodies are EF mount. EF lenses can be mounted on EF-S bodies but EF-S lenses cannot be mounted on EF bodies. Hope that helps
A:AnswerYes this will fit the rebel T5. This is a professional level lens that will make the most out of any situation. It is designed for full frame sensors, but can be used fine with a crop sensor canon camera like the T5. Only difference is that running it on a crop sensor will effectively change the focal length of the resulting image. Images shot with the T5 won't be as wide as an image shot with a 5D or 6D using the exact same lens. But the 35mm focal length (and it's crop sensor equivalent) is an excellent length for portraiture, landscapes, street photography, and just about anything else. Also, 35mm focal length is the closest to the human eye in terms of image distortion and field of view. So if that helps you compose your shots, go for it. In terms of picture quality, you'd be hard pressed to find something better.
A:AnswerIt is probably the sharpest lens that I currently own.the focal length is ideal for everything.it focuses very fast.it is probably as sharp as the 135 f2L.if you own a full frame body and you have a sigma 35mm, 85mm and canon 135f2, you pretty much ok to shoot an event like wedding.i would highly recommend this a great walk around lens.
A:AnswerHello Nick. I bought the lens to be used on a 6D Mark II and it works like a charm. I don't have a T7i, I tried it on a T3i, and the lens works BUT... I DO HAVE A 1.6 cropping factor, meaning that the lens look like a 56mm and the "Blurry Background" is not as blur as you get on a Full Frame.
You can try the Canon - EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM Standard Lens for APS-C Cameras - Black or Canon - EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Standard Lens - Black.
Hope this helps.
A:AnswerYes. But the t6 has a cropped sensor and the effective length will be 56mm. (35 x 1.6) If you want something that will produce around 35mm on the t6 you would need to go to something like a 24mm. (24 x 1.6 = 38.4)