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Ilse Jurriën : September 23th 2008 - 08:00 CET

Sigma Apo Tele Converters for Sony


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SigmaSigma Converters for Sony SLR cameras : Sigma announces the new APO Tele Converter 1.4x EX DG and APO Tele Converter 2x EX DG for Sony mount. The new tele converters are capable of maintaining the HSM function of such telephoto lenses as Sigma’s APO 70-200mm F2.8 II EX DG MACRO HSM and APO 50-150mm F2.8 II EX DC HSM whilst increasing the focal length by a factor of 1.4x or 2x. Of course, the HSM AF compatibility depends on the capability of the Sony SLR camera to support this function and on the maximum F number of the attached lens. The Super Multi Layer Coating reduces flare and ghosting and the exclusive design maintains the master lens’ high level performance while extending its focal length. Compact and lightweight, these tele converters are a convenient way of increasing the focal length of HSM telephoto lenses.
Sigma Tele Converter

Sigma APO Tele Converter 1.4x EX DG
• Lens Construction : 5 Elements, 3 Groups
• Focal Length : 1.4 times of master lens
• Aperture Range : F2.8-32
• Magnification : 1.4 times of master lens
• Dimension : 68.5mm x 19.5mm/2.7in x 0.8in
• Weight : 165g / 5.8oz

Sigma Tele Converter

Sigma APO Tele Converter 2x EX DG
• Lens Construction : 6 Elements, 5 Groups
• Focal Length : 2 times of master lens
• Aperture Range : F2.8-32
• Magnification : 2 times of master lens
• Dimension : 68.5mm x 52mm/2.7in x 2.0in
• Weight : 225g / 7.9oz

About Sigma
After nearly 40 years of pioneering new and better ways to capture and portray the ordinary - and extraordinary - Sigma is still creating new avenues of expression with innovative designs and enhancements in zoom and non-zoom lenses and single lens reflex cameras. As one of the first manufacturers to successfully introduce the interchangeable lens, Sigma's well-earned reputation for originality, innovation and leadership is your guarantee of the world's most advanced line of photographic products. Products you and millions of photographers worldwide turn to when quality, reliability and professional results count most.




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