Save $160 when you buy the Sigma 18-35mm and 50-100mm f/1.8 Art lenses together

Save $160 when you buy the Sigma 18-35mm f:1.8 and 50-100mm f:1.8 DC HSM Art lenses
For all future Nikon D500 owners: take a look at the latest offer from Sigma - you can save $160 when you buy the Sigma 18-35mm and 50-100mm f/1.8 DC HSM Art lenses together (USB dock included).

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  • AlphaT

    “MORE COMING SOON” for the F mount.
    While for the EF, it’s “NEW ITEM – COMING SOON”

  • whisky

    it’s nice to see Sigma throw in the USB dock. they’re now doing this for a number of their lenses.

    • silmasan

      The 50 Art too, which I’m going to get. US buyers are treated better. I think our local promo is something like a stupid polaroid toy camera for this month. :/ The bundled USB Dock should be international.

  • Flipper Tweenie

    Arrrgh, I so want this. Must do like 5 weddings in a month.

  • blp

    sometimes i feel like the dock seems to be a let off on the whole global vision series. its like they make it just in case they screw up on af and expect you to fix the issue yourself by charging you the money for the dock.

    • Jim Huang

      If you’re talking about the Back/Front focusing issue, then you can use the in body AF finetune function. You don’t have to buy the dock.
      I think it is cool Sigma gives you the ability to customize your AF, OS settings, custom functions…etc. Nikon doesn’t give you that option.

      Having said that, yes, it would be nice if everything will just work great straight out the box.

      • silmasan

        Or if it could self-calibrate at first contact with our cameras. 🙂

        • Jim Huang

          I think the new D5 and D500 can do AF finetune automatically. 🙂

          • silmasan

            Exactly! It MUST come to the other bodies too. And hopefully works with Sigma as well.

            • Jim Huang

              Yeah, hopefully Nikon will release a firmware update which enables every camera to do it. Lol

              I see no reason why it wouldn’t work with 3rd party lenses. Of course, it will just be an overall adjustment rather than per focal length and distance.

            • Justtakethepicture

              It will only work with Nikon lenses.

    • Sakaphoto Graphics

      Unfortunately, the older lenses have to be sent to a service center for operations the dock does.

    • Justtakethepicture

      It has nothing to do with what you suggest. As 3rd party manufacturers, Sigma could have compatibility broken by Nikon (or Canon) at any time with a firmware update. The dock allows you to update the lens without having to return it to Sigma. The ability to tune the focus in lens, instead of using space in camera is also a big bonus.

      Seriously, why do people have to turn a positive into a negative?

  • Tyler Evert

    These and a D500 would be bananas

  • Don

    And for those of us stupid enough to have already purchased the current 18-35 already at full price, we’ll reward your loyalty by letting you pay full price for the 50-100 and buying the USB separately.

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