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RONKONKOMA, N.Y., July 28, 2020 — Telephoto LensThe 100-400 mm F5-6.3 DG DN OS Contemporary Telephoto Lens from Sigma Corp. is designed exclusively for full-frame mirrorless cameras.

Its optical formula ensures edge-to-edge sharpness and high-contrast image quality throughout its entire focal range. The lens construction is made up of 16 groups and 22 elements, with one F Low Dispersion element and four Special Low Dispersion elements used for the effective correction of aberrations and distortions. Its superior image quality and compact size make it an excellent companion lens to the previously released full-frame mirrorless zoom lenses.

The lens is available in Sony E-mount and L-mount.
Jul 2020

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