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"The Garden" feat. Sigma 18-35 f/1.8, Blackmagic Cinema Camera & Kessler CineDrive

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Published on Jul 31, 2013

Sigma is rocking the photographic and videography world with the new F1.8 18-35mm HSM Art Lens - rated higher than even the best Canon, Zeiss or Nikon prime lens on the market! I take it out for a spin on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, with motion control by the Kessler CineDrive 4-Axis (dolly, pan, tilt, focus) system.

Other comments:
- Lens build quality is rock solid - on par with Zeiss and better than Canon L glass
- Wish lens had hard stops for focus (since I'll be mostly using it for videography)
- You may notice some funny reflection/flare in the video - this is NOT caused by the lens, but the ND filter I had to use for all of the shots
- Aperture range was 1.8-6.0. Tried to keep it as wide open as possible for most of the shots.
- Applied minor white balance and color correction to footage - nothing else.

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UPDATE 8/4/13: Sigma follow-up video now up showing a parfocal focus test & bokeh! http://youtu.be/395uRTFM0m8

UPDATE 8/7/13: Check out how the Sigma compares at 35mm to a Canon and Rokinon lens! http://youtu.be/4EHOKJ0q3B0

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