The Sigma 50 is also available in other mounts, including Nikon and Sony.
Sigma states that the new 50/1.4 offers superior peripheral brightness (eg low vignetting), an aspheric lens element that corrects coma and sagittal flare, enhanced lens coatings, and fast and silent autofocus.
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