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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    This is a big moment for Sigma. Primes should be clear for up to Dragon 8K VistaVision. As should the 24-35mm T2.2. The 18-35mm and 50-150mm T2 zooms will need to be tested. At the moment the safe bet is up to 7K WS, but we'll need to test coverage to fully know.
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    This is great.

    It's not piecemeal stuff, with the primes and the zooms available many of the most needed focal lengths are available. The glass is high performance glass with modern coatings and its compact and lightweight as well. Wonder what the price point will be?

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    Love the Sigmas, been using the ART 18-35, 50 and 85 a lot on the Epic Dragon for the last couple of years. What I want most right now is a 85mm ART. Guess it's coming soon too !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nils Ruinet View Post
    Love the Sigmas, been using the ART 18-35, 50 and 85 a lot on the Epic Dragon for the last couple of years. What I want most right now is a 85mm ART. Guess it's coming soon too !
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    So sweet! The EF versions will be so versatile!
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    Great news. Having said that, let's wait to see what the price point is going to be, and how they'll handle breathing on the 50-100, etc. Very exiting. I was just about to pull the trigger on the new ZEISS OTUS bundle with gears, so I'll now just wait and see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Björn Benckert View Post
    Jarred wrote FF thats not S35. FF = Vista.
    Yes, for the FF primes and FF zoom 24-35

    I was referring the two S35 zooms, 18-35 and 50-100
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Battistella View Post
    This is great.

    It's not piecemeal stuff, with the primes and the zooms available many of the most needed focal lengths are available. The glass is high performance glass with modern coatings and its compact and lightweight as well. Wonder what the price point will be?

    David
    Yeah, that's the one thing that's always left out at announcements
    It's all fun & games until we actually know the price. But they should be lower than CN-Es really since the CN-Es are based off the L-primes which cost around $1750 - $2340 each. A CN-E prime cost around $4450. The 35mm Sigma ART cost around $914 so the final price per prime would be around $2000 - 2500, otherwise it's a rather strange price-tag if they are based off lenses almost half the price of the L-primes the CN-Es are based off. But of course we don't know anything, these might even have perfect breathing and then they're worth a lot more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian D View Post
    do those lens supports come off, or are they fixed ? It really bugged me on the 50-100 as it kind of looks the same and was fixed on.
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    Lens support
    A removable lens support comes standard with all models.

    http://www.fdtimes.com/2016/09/07/sigma/
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    Wow. Love my ART zoom.
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