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Sigma 50mm f/1.4 DG Art Hands-on Review

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A standard prime lens to a lens manufacture is like the 911 to Porsche. It’s the benchmark and getting it right is crucially important. That’s why Sigma has been so …

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  1. This is a strange place. One video on a subject and I like review. And then I watch this and I am then having doubts if this is the right channel for me. I am a beginner – beginner photographer. And just to listen to someobe tear down a lens and then go into something technical as bokeh (while wearing a T-shirt with the aforementioned) makes me ask… maybe there should be more of a balance between the yes it's good and no not so good. And maybe a stronger reason then just the bias towards bokeh? 🙂

  2. The bokeh isn't 200mm f/2 level- but then, the focal length is one of the most important DOF factors. The Sigma isn't cheap compared to any Canon/Nikon 50mm, but it beats them hands-down all over (build, sharpness etc.). It feels immensely well put together and I'd definitely recommend it over any 50mm bar the Zeisses

  3. Very poor review. Not sure why this review has so many reviews. No photo comparisons, nothing on chromatic aberation, nothing on barrell distortion, nothing on vignetting. Very little information at all. Only thing he says is its not "bokehlicious"? What a dimwhit. Whats wrong with the bokeh?

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