Two new Sigma lenses announced: 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM and 120-300mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM


Today at the CES show in Las Vegas Sigma announced two new lenses for Nikon F-mount: 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM and 120-300mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM. Full specifications available on PhotoRumors.

Update: price and pre-order options available here.

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  • AlphaTed

    The 17-70 looks promising, I wish it’s a fixed 2.8 and can go down to 14mm.

    • The original 17-70 was excellent. The last one better and this one I would get in a heartbeat if I needed a replacement for mine.

    • Jon McGuffin

      If either of these are part of the artist series, just order them now.. The artist 35mm I own is first class all the way..

      • I also have the 35mm and love it too. But the price on that Sport lens puts me off. At that price, I’ll take the Nikkor.

  • ScienceTheBear

    damn you sigma! just make it an f/4 or an f/2.8

    i can’t deal with the ramping.

    • AAA

      You can use f4 throughout the zoom range.. having 2.8 option at the wide end something that is nice.

  • Pedro

    Yeah yeah that’s fantastic!!…………Right there’s gotta be a D400 round here to go with it ……….. ??

  • Richard

    Didnt sigma already has the 120-300mm OS for quite a while now? I am assuming this is the version II but I dont see any differentiation….

    • El Aura

      They keep re-announcing the same lens for about half a year now at every major opportunity.

      • JC

        this is mk II of the OS version

  • Rebel

    Any info about pricing sigma 120-300?

    • Kessy

      In Norway ( it is now listed at 27 995 NOK price tag (approx. 2 800 EUR), while they have been selling the older generation Sigma 120-300 F2.8 OS version for around 19 000 NOK just a week ago.

  • Neopulse

    Ever since I saw the Jared Polin video of him at the Sigma booth, was glad that Sigma made such a lens. Look really nice the build on it. That coming from using before an 18-250mm (non-macro version).

  • Spy Black

    If the 17-70 is built to the same standards as their new 35mm f/1.4 and is as reasonably priced, I’m in.

  • Mansgame

    120-300 looks interesting…even if it IS a sigma and will drop in value like crazy. It would make a good replacement for my 80-200 since on FX it doesn’t have quite the reach I want and it’s too heavy to casually take out anyway. Use 85mm for portraits, 120-300 for sports…

  • Pierre

    120-300 F2.8 I see it has lost the ‘EX’ designation which I believe was supposed to indicate Sigma’s professional product line. Also no APO.

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