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Sigma ART 135mm f1.8 Sony E$35.00 Per Day *
Rent the Sigma Art 135mm f1.8 in Sony E mount for your Sony A7r A7 or A7s cameras and you’ll be blown away by the crisp image and shallow DOF. This beauty is almost TOO much when it comes to a portrait lens! Remember on a Super35 or APS-C sensor camera like the FS7, FS5, A6500 etc… this will be nearly the same as a 200mm f1.8 lens!
Sigma ART 24-70mm f2.8 Sony E$40.00 Per Day *
Want a 24-70mm f2.8 for a Sony E mount that’s as good and sharp as the G-Master f2.8 but cheaper? The Sigma ART line has been taking down Canon L series lenses for years, and now they are going after Sony! Rent the Sigma Art 24-70mm f2.8 in Sony E mount and see for yourself why it’s a contender!
Sigma ART 14-24mm F2.8 Sony E mount$40.00 Per Day *
Rent the Sigma Art 14-24mm f2.8 Sony E mount lens as an excellent match to the 24-70 and 70-200mm range. The Sigma Art series is known for it’s gorgeous ultra sharp glass and the 14-24mm f2.8 is fast for an ultra-wide lens. This one won’t disappoint!
Sigma SPORT 70-200mm F2.8 OS EF$40.00 Per Day *
Finally Sigma has made a contender to take down the legendary Canon 70-200mm L f2.8 IS lens! If you aren’t familiar with the Sigma Sport series, it is basically the ART series of long telephoto lenses. Why didn’t they just name all their high end lenses ART? We have no idea, but the Sport series carries the same amazing quality as their Art lenses do! And this 70-200mm F2.8 lens with image stabilization (IS – but Sigma calls it OS) is absolutely in the same class as the Canon 70-200 L series. Is it better? So far it looks like… yes. But that’s blasphemy to some people, so we’ll just let you decide! You will not go wrong with this lens though, that we are sure of!
They do not make it in Sigma E mount (no idea why) but we will include a Sigma MC11 adapter if you want to run it on a Sony. It should give you lighting fast autofocus.
Sigma ART 40mm F1.4 Sony E mount$30.00 Per Day *
Rent the Sigma Art 40mm F1.4 in Sony E mount when you just can’t decide between a 35mm and a 50mm! This lens is fast and amazingly sharp. It scored multiple awards when it came out (as do most Sigma art lenses, right?) If you can’t take a great photo with this beauty, it won’t be because of the lens!
Sigma ART 40mm F1.4 EF$30.00 Per Day *
Just when you thought a 35mm or a 50mm were the perfect lens, Sigma makes an ART 40mm that puts both those to shame. Nearly one of the sharpest lenses you can buy (at least at less than the price of a car) the Sigma Art 40mm F1.4 is good enough to make people arguing over 35mm vs 50mm stop and take notice. And then argue again, because hey, it’s the internet… But seriously, the Sigma Art 40mm F1.4 is amazing!
Sigma ART 135mm f1.8 EF$35.00 Per Day *
If this lens doesn’t make you a portrait photographer, nothing will. Go search google images for what this beast can do. It’s a monster of bokeh. Rent the Sigma 135mm F1.8 lens and you’ll never look back. We currently only have it in Canon mount but can include the Sigma MC11 adapter for Sony E mount.
Sigma ART 14-24mm f2.8 EF$40.00 Per Day *
Oh man, another amazing ultra wide Art series lens from Sigma! The 14-24mm f2.8 is the fastest full frame ultra wide… at least at the time I’m writing this! We have it in EF mount but it can be adapted to Sony E mount or MFT mount with a standard electronic adapter or a Speed Booster.
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!