Review: Sigma 24mm F/2 and 90mm F/2.8 for Sony Mirrorless

Review: Sigma 24mm F/2 and 90mm F/2.8 for Sony Mirrorless

Review and Images by Jerred Zegelis

Photography is about telling stories.

Two of Sigma’s new lenses, the 24mm F/2 and 90mm F/2.8 accompanied me on a little trip to tell the story of a cloudy morning here in Omaha, Nebraska to Heron Haven.

As a photographer, I like to use contrasting perspectives like these two lenses allow, with the 24mm wide-angle view bringing more into the frame and the 90mm lens allowing me to get a little closer to the scene.

The lenses are quick, quiet and accurate with their focusing, and very sharp in the areas that you want in focus.

I love their ability to get focus close and give the viewer a more intimate look at the scene.

Nature and Landscape photographers can use this combination of focal lengths to tell the story of the beauty they find every day.

Check out the links below to find out more, and make sure to come into the store to try out these lenses for yourself.

Sigma 24mm F/2 FE DG DN Lens
Sigma 90mm F/2.8 E DG DN Lens

 

Sigma 24mm F/2 Images

 

Sample images of Sigma 24mm f/2 at Heron Haven in Omaha

Images from Heron Haven using the Sigma 24mm F/2 lens

 

SSigma 90mm F/2.8 Images

Images from Heron Haven with Sigma 90mm F/2.8

 

Images from Heron Haven using the Sigma 90mm f/2.8