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    I'm currently rocking a couple couple of the Sigma Art lenses but want to complete the basic Sigma glass set with an 85mm but there's no Art option available yet, so..

    Anyone had any experience with the Sigma 85mm EX?
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    Quote Originally Posted by James Bendkowski View Post
    I'm currently rocking a couple couple of the Sigma Art lenses but want to complete the basic Sigma glass set with an 85mm but there's no Art option available yet, so..

    Anyone had any experience with the Sigma 85mm EX?
    I'm wondering the exact same thing.
    (I own the 24, 35, 50 Art lenses which works flawlessly with Redlink and I'm thinking of picking up an 85mm EX until they, hopefully, release an 85 Art.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Gustafsson View Post
    I'm wondering the exact same thing.
    (I own the 24, 35, 50 Art lenses which works flawlessly with Redlink and I'm thinking of picking up an 85mm EX until they, hopefully, release an 85 Art.)
    That was my original plan, however; I'm guessing that seeing as the EX is pretty new and they seem quite proud of it, we can't expect an 85mm Art for a while (no matter how much demand there is for it)
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    Just tried Foolcontrol with the new Tokina 14-20mm F2.0 and the focus is quite smooth.
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    Sigma 20mm F1.4 ART is the funny one.

    The iris does not work with normal electric EF mount but it does with the motion mount.
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    Since few people mentioned about the Sigma 85mm F1.4 ART, it is very beautiful lens.
    no problem with the iris and no noticeable CC even on hard back ground lighting.
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