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Take better, more beautiful photos with this Sigma 85mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art camera lens. An integrated focusing ring offers precise manual focus adjustments, and an updated Hyper Sonic Motor ensures fast and efficient autofocus. This Sigma 85mm 1.4 DG HSM Art camera lens has a nine-blade rounded diaphragm that accentuates subjects for more vivid compositions.
Sony E mount
Compatible with most cameras with the Sony E mount.
85mm focal length
Beautifully isolates your subject from the background. This versatile focal length blends depth and dimension for stunning portraits, action shots and low-light images.
f/1.4 maximum aperture
Wide-open aperture performs exceptionally well in low-light settings. Provides remarkable depth-of-field control, so you can softly blur the background and draw attention to your subject.
Up to 8.5x magnification
Magnification ensures your images come out just the way you want.
HSM (Hyper-Sonic Motor) technology
Allows quick, quiet autofocus. Floating internal focusing system helps limit aberration during shooting.
To reduce or eliminate spherical aberration.
SLD (Special Low Dispersion) glass
For quicker focusing times, greater color saturation, contrast and image detail.
33.5" minimum focusing distance
Accommodates 86mm filters
Comes with lens hood, dust cap, lens cap and lens case.
SIGMA Art 85mm f/1.4 DG HSM Lens for Sony E-Mount
Maximum Focal Length
Minimum Focal Length
Lens Mount Compatibility
Art 85mm f/1.4 DG HSM Lens for Sony E-Mount
Additional Accessories Included
Lens hood; dust cap; lens cap; lens case
Product Length with Lens Closed
Camera Model Family
Sony NEX-3N, Sony NEX-5T/5R/5N, Sony NEX-6, Sony NEX-7, Sony NEX-F3, Sony a3000, Sony a5000, Sony a5100, Sony a6000, Sony a6100, Sony a6400, Sony a6600
First thoughts, super smooth bokeh. Very clear photos. I'm very impressed with the glass itself. The AF motor takes awhile to seek, but since this is a portraiture lens, it was worth saving $1000 over the native sony model.
The line of Sigma's full frame fixed focal length lenses from A series has been progressing by leaps and bounds. The first of these, the 1.4/35 model, was launched in September 2012. A mere five years later and Sigma is offering seven lenses withFull Review
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