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Sigma ART 24mm f1.4 EF$30.00 Per Day *
The Sigma Art 24mm f1.4 is the first real contender to take down the Canon 24mm L lens… at least in our opinion! But like the rest of the Art series, the 24mm is fast, sharp edge to edge and offers a beautiful image that will impress any pro. Match it up with the rest of the Art line up from Sigma and you’re good to go.
Sigma 50-100mm T2 Cine Zoom$145.00 Per Day *
The Sigma 50-100mm T2 Cine Zoom lens is based on the amazing ART series 50-100mm f1.8. This is a perfect medium to telephoto range Super35 lens. And now the T2 Cine Zoom version of the Sigma 50-100mm gives filmmakers an extremely low cost alternative that’s a perfect compliment to the 18-35mm T2 lens.
Sigma 18-35mm T2 Cine Zoom$145.00 Per Day *
The Sigma 18-35 T2 Cine Zoom lens is based on the ART series 18-35. How do you make a good cine zoom? Start with the zoom that won nearly every lens award the year it came out and blew people away by being sharper than most prime lenses in its range. And now the T2 Cine Zoom version of the Sigma 18-35mm gives filmmakers an extremely low cost alternative that’s faster and wider than most cine zooms out there for a fraction of the price. Needless to say, we’re impressed.
Sigma ART 50-100mm f1.8 EF$35.00 Per Day *
The fastest telephoto zoom around? Probably! Rent the Sigma ART 50-100mm f1.8 when you need max low light performance on a long lens. Pair this with the 18-35 and you’ll have zero excuses for getting the shot you want… unless you’re trying to mount them to a Polaroid camera. Then you’ll have a pretty good excuse!
Sigma ART 24-35mm f2 EF$40.00 Per Day *
Continuing the unrivaled quality of the rest of the ART series, Sigma has turned in a full frame knockout in the fast wide zoom range. There simply is nothing (literally) that rivals it in a 24-35mm f2.0 full frame range. So you want fast, wide and full frame with a bit of zoom? This is it!
Sigma ART 18-35mm f1.8 EF$35.00 Per Day *
The Sigma 18-35mm was basically a game changer… the only DSLR zoom lens to shoot at anything faster than f2.8, it cracked open a new era of ultra fast zooms (for which we are patiently waiting for Canon and Nikon to catch up to). Not only that, it destroyed all lens awards for the year it was released, basically dominating all competition.
How can you not love that? We do.
Sigma ART 85mm f1.4 EF$30.00 Per Day *
The Sigma 85mm Art lens is… possibly the best lens ever made. No, seriously, at the time of writing, it scored…
THE HIGHEST SCORE DxOMARK HAS EVER SCORED FOR A LENS!
The downside to shooting on this is that there are no excuses for not getting a staggeringly sharp image. So yes, by all means, rent the Sigma 85mm Art lens and just let yourself be spoiled forever.
Sigma EF 35mm f1.4 EF$30.00 Per Day *
If we had to have only one set of photo primes, there’s a really good chance that it would be the Sigma ART series. They are just staggeringly good, and certainly well priced!
Note to Sony A7 shooters… They haven’t made this in an E mount (only A mount) yet, so rent the Canon and we’ll throw in an EF-E adapter free!