The new Canon 5DSr camera and Sigma 24-35 F/2 Art lens is an awesome combination. I have had the setup for the last couple of weeks now and have been surprised by the level of detail that the camera can produce. In the time that I have been photographing with this camera, I have had trips to Las Vegas, New Orleans, and Branson, Missouri.
Lake Taneycomo is one of my favorite places to photograph. This river-like lake is just outside of Branson, Missouri. Picture arriving each morning to see fog arising from the water and the heads of trout fly fisherman peaking out above it. The sun comes up splashing the edges of the trees with a warm gold hue. How could it get any better? Sigma 24-35 F/2 lens is the perfect choice in this scenario. The perfect landscape focal range, this lens with the 50 megapixel camera resolves enough detail in the image that you can see each blade of grass, the detail in the leaves, and my favorite, the crisp thin line of casting fly rod. Its a beautiful experience.
The next image from the from the combination is about 50 miles outside of Las Vegas. I drove out early one morning while it was still dark. As the sun rose, the dust in the air allowed the sun to paint the desert with streaks of light like a painting. There is a peace to being alone in the desert with the only sounds being that of wild horses. This 50 megapixel camera and Sigma lens combination shows every detail in the image, the crisp lines of the trees and grass, the hard edges of the mountain skyline, and the beauty of the suns streaks.
The Sigma 24-35 F/2 Art lens combines the fast aperture and image quality of a prime lens in the perfect focal range for the serious landscape photographer. The Sigma Art series lenses have an in-depth quality control process that involves 100% of lenses produced being checked with Sigma's own Foveon 46 megapixel sensor to ensure top quality glass and resolving power. These series of lenses are the absolutely perfect choice for the 50 megapixel cameras of today. Check out more information here: