Sigma’s new lenses for Nikon Z cameras are bad news for Canon

Sigma has announced its trio of current and acclaimed DC DN Contemporary F1.4 prime lenses; the 16mm F1.4, 30mm F1.4 and 56mm F1.4, come in the Nikon Z mount – and this is another swipe at Canon’s seemingly closed RF-mount system.

Available in Sony E, Canon EF-M, Fujifilm X, Micro Four Thirds and L-mount, these are Sigma’s first lenses for Nikon mirrorless cameras, designed for APS-C cameras such as the Nikon Zfc, Nikon Z30 and Nikon Z50.

Sigma shared a press release (Opens in a new tab) about its three new lenses where more details can be found.

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There is currently no release date for these three new lenses, or word on other possible Sigma-made Nikon Z lenses in the future – including full-frame offerings – although Sigma has hinted at them DC DN Contemporary lenses as the ‘first’ it will make for the Nikon Z mount.

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