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Sigma Announces Three New Prime Lenses for Canon EF-M Mount Cameras

Cameraland Sandton

Sigma has announced that it will be launching three new lenses for Canon EF-M mount: 16mm, 30mm, and 56mm f/1.4 primes that will fit Canon’s compact range of M-series cameras.

These fast prime lenses are Canon EF-M versions of Sigma’s existing primes for Sony E-mount and Micro Four-Thirds,and will no doubt be a welcome addition to the limited number of EF-M lenses currently available. At present, Canon makes a mere eight lenses for its M range: five zooms and three primes, of which only one matches the f/1.4 aperture of Sigma’s forthcoming glass.

Sigma states that it has developed a new and exclusive “control algorithm” that will optimize autofocus performance and data transmission. While Sigma claims that these new lenses will match the quality of their Art line, it seems that none of the three will feature image stabilization. Given the assertion that they do indeed match up to Sigma’s Art lenses, you might not be surprised to learn that these are not small, lightweight lenses. The largest lens, the 16mm f/1.4, has a 67mm thread and weighs 14.3 oz (405 g).

Canon EF-M shooters are still waiting for better options when it comes to a standard zoom and a telephoto zoom. If you’ve thoughts on if and when this gap might be filled — whether that’s by Sigma or Canon itself — leave a comment below, plus any other opinions you might have on why Canon is proving so slow at expanding the EF-M lineup of glass.

Blog Credit: fstoppers.com (Andy Day)