One of the sharpest lenses, mounted on Canon, ever measured by DxOMark website
The Sigma 35mm F1.4 scored 17 P-MPix for sharpness and an overall DxOMark score of 30.3 putting it at the top of both of these rankings for a 35mm lens. Taken individually, among the 35mm lenses available for Canon virtually all measures, show the Sigma as the equal or better of the group, its score positions it as one of the sharpest lenses tested by DxOMark on Canon mount.
Further readings for the Sigma 35mm f1.4 DG HSM A Canon review: A Prime Example of Lens Design
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As the first model in Sigma’s high-grade ART series the 35mm f1.4 HSM A set the bar very high for image quality when measured on Canon and Nikon bodies. The lens is also available in Sony mount, and we couldn’t resist trying it on the excellent Sony A99. Read on to see how well it performs.
The second in our series of selecting the best-quality lenses for your camera concentrates on one of the most highly-anticipated cameras of our time, the successor to the hugely popular EOS 5D Mark II. But by the time it was announced, in early March, it’s probably fair to say Nikon had taken fair amount of interest away by announcing the 36M-Pix D800 and D800E models the month before. Be that as it may, there’s no denying the 22.3 M-Pix EOS 5D Mark III is a remarkably capable camera, and a formidable rival to the Nikon.