Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC DN lens test results published by DxOMark. Tested on the Sony A6000, the new lens achieved an excellent result and became top ranking prime.
The standard prime lens is the highest-ranked Sony E-mount lens in their database. The lens achieved a score of 29 and showed an excellent performance.
According to DxOMark test, the lens has noticeable corner shading at the maximum f/1.4 aperture setting. Chromatic aberrations are well-controlled across large parts of the frame. Although some fringing in the very far corners affected the overall score.
Sigma 30mm F1.4 Lens Test Results
Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DN vs. Zeiss 32mm f/1.8 vs. Sony E 35mm f/1.8
From DxOMark conclusion :
The Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DN is an excellent standard prime option for Sony E-mount cameras and ranks at the top for all lenses we’ve tested on the A6000. Sharpness is outstanding, delivering excellent center resolution at all aperture settings up to f/8, with only minimal drop-off in the corners. Vignetting is pretty heavy at f/1.4, as the lens struggles to achieve the same intensity of light across the large APS-C sensor at its maximum aperture. But it improves greatly by f/1.8 and is all but eradicated by f/2.8. The Sigma version is both sharper in the center and more consistent across the frame. Add to that the faster maximum f/1.4 aperture, and the $339 price tag it looks to be a very attractive standard prime option for Sony mirrorless photographers.
Price and Availability
|For [Sony E-Mount]||$339.00||Amazon | B&H | Adorama
|For [Micro Four Thirds]||$339.00||Amazon | B&H | Adorama
The lens construction consists of 9 elements in 7 groups with 9 rounded aperture blades. This lens uses a stepping motor for fast and quiet focus during video and weighs just 263g/9.3oz. The optic for MILCs covers a wide range of photo and video capture scenarios, delighting users with its beautiful bokeh effects. We have to say it is perfect for low-light, indoor and portrait shootings.