Ronkonkoma, NY—Sigma Corporation of America is kicking off the holiday season with Black Friday savings on select Sigma Art Prime lenses and its mount converter MC-11. Now through December 5, 2019, customers can take advantage of special discounts on the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art, 50mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art as well as the Sigma 85mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art.
In addition Sigma photographers can benefit from deals on the MC-11 mount converter. It pairs Sony E-mount mirrorless cameras and Canon EF-mount lenses.
Sigma Black Friday Savings Promo
Sigma is offering consumers up to $250 off three of its Sigma Art prime lenses.
The Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art is the company’s best-selling Art lens. It is perfect for taking wide-angle perspectives and landscape, portrait, still-life, close-up and also casual photographs. The 35mm prime Art lens has an MSRP of $899; however, it is offered at $649 with the Black Friday promotional savings.
In addition, the Sigma 50mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens, with an MSRP of $949, will cost $829 with promotional savings. Sigma reengineered this 50mm Art lens for today’s high-megapixel DSLR cameras.
Moreover, Sigma is offering the 85mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art (MSRP $1,119) for $999 with Black Friday savings. The lens achieves super-resolution sharpness as well as beautiful bokeh blur for creative photography.
Savings on MC-11
Furthermore, alongside its Art prime lenses, Sigma is offering a $100 rebate on its MC-11 mount converter for Sony E-mount cameras ($249 MSRP). The MC-11 allows photographers to use Sigma SA-mount as well as Sigma EF-mount interchangeable lenses with a Sony E-mount camera body.
Since 1961, Sigma has pursued advancing photographic technology. The family-owned business produces still photo and cinema camera lenses; DSLR and mirrorless cameras; flashes; filters; as well as accessories at its manufacturing facility in Aizu, Japan.
Moreover, in 2012 the company introduced the Sigma Global Vision with three distinct lens lines: Art, Contemporary and Sport. For various camera mount systems, including Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Sony and Sigma, each lens is handcrafted and tested in Japan.
Subsequently, in 2016 Sigma entered into the world of cinematography lens production. Embodying Sigma’s core optical DNA, its cine lenses meet the needs of advanced 6K and 8K cinema production.
Finally, Sigma formed the L-Mount alliance with Leica and Panasonic in 2018. Sigma continues its tradition of innovations, such as the all-new native L-mount Sigma fp full-frame mirrorless digital camera announced in July 2019.