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Sigma 56mm f1.4 DC DN Contemporary Lens - Canon EF-M

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43573
SKU
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56mm f1.4 DC DN Contemporary Lens - Canon EF-M

Offering an opportunity to experience the fun of shooting wide open, with F1.4 brightness
The first of the series is the standard lens 30mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary, and the second is the wide-angle lens 16mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary. The third addition is this smallest mid-tele lens in its class, 56mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary. While retaining the compact, lightweight, and outstanding image quality concepts of the Contemporary line, thanks to SIGMA’s leading-edge technology, this lens provides the amount of bokeh and admirable brightness expected from F1.4 lenses even in the mid-tele range. This addition completes the large aperture series comprised of portable wide-angle, standard, and telephoto lenses.

* The smallest in its class among F1.4 mid-tele lenses for APS-C mirrorless cameras
* About the lens name

SIGMA lenses with “DC” in the name are designed for optimal performance on cameras with APS-C image sensors. When a DC lens is used with a camera with a full-frame image sensor, vignetting will occur. Photographers are advised to adjust image area settings for optimal image results. SIGMA lenses with “DN” in the name are designed for optimal performance on cameras with a short flange back distance.

A member of the high-performance Contemporary line, featuring SIGMA’s latest technologies
Smooth AF ideal for video shooting. The combination of optical design for video AF and use of the stepping motor enables smooth and quiet autofocus. This lens is also compatible with the Sony E-mount Fast Hybrid AF, achieving precise AF tracking. By using the face recognition or eye AF functions of cameras, focus will continuously be on the face or the eye even if the subject moves during the shoot.

Mount with dust- and splash-proof construction
The mount features a special sealing to make the lens an excellent choice in a wide variety of conditions.

* Except for Canon EF-M mount

High-precision, rugged brass bayonet mount
The brass mount combines high precision with rugged construction. Its treated surfaces and enhanced strength contribute to the exceptional durability of the lens.

  • EF-M-Mount Lens/APS-C Format
  • 89.6mm (35mm Equivalent)
  • Aperture Range: f/1.4 to f/16
  • One SLD Element, Two Aspherical Elements
  • 1x Sigma 56mm F1.4 DC DN
  • 1x Lens Hood (LH582-01)
  • 1x Front Cap
  • 1x Rear Cap
Lens Construction 10 elements in 6 groups
Angle of View
  • Sony E-mount 28.5°
  • CANON EF-M mount 26.9°
  • Micro Four Thirds 21.9°
  • L-Mount 28.5°
Number of Diaphragm Blades 9 (Rounded diaphragm)
Minimum Aperture F16
Minimum Focusing Distance 50cm / 19.7in.
Maximum Magnification Ratio 1: 7.4
Filter Size φ55mm
Dimensions
(Diameter x Length)
  • Sony E-mount φ66.5mm × 59.5mm / φ2.6in. × 2.3in.
  • CANON EF-M mount φ66.5mm × 59.5mm / φ2.6in. × 2.3in.
  • Micro Four Thirds φ66.5mm × 58.1mm / φ2.6in. × 2.3in.
  • L-mount φ66.5mm × 57.5mm / φ2.6in. × 2.3in.
Weight
  • Sony E-mount 280g / 9.9oz.
  • CANON EF-M mount 280g / 9.9oz.
  • Micro Four Thirds 256g / 9.0oz.
  • L-mount 285g / 10.1oz.
Edition Number* C018
Accessories Hood (LH582-01) supplied
*About Edition Number The three-digit code on the surface of the lens is to indicate the year the lens was first released.
(Since it is different from the year of manufacture, the release year and edition number may not match depending on the mount.)