Upcoming Sigma Lenses Basic Specifications Leaked

Sigma

After having leaked a set of images, Nokishita posted the basic specifications for five upcoming Sigma lenses. The 56mm will not be released for Canon EF-M or Canon RF mounts.

Sigma 28mm F/1.4 DG HSM | Art

  • Lens construction: 12 groups 17 (including 2 FLD lenses and 3 SLD lenses)
  • Shortest shooting distance: 28 cm
  • Maximum photographing magnification: 1: 5.4
  • Filter diameter: 77 mm
  • Size: φ 82.8 mm x 107.7 mm
  • Weight: To be determined
  • Mount: Sigma, Canon, Nikon, Sony E

Sigma 40mm F/1.4 DG HSM | Art

  • Lenses developed to meet the requirements of the high-end cinerene lens
  • Lens construction: 12 groups 16 pieces (3 FLD lenses and 3 SLD lenses included)
  • Shortest shooting distance: 40 cm
  • Maximum shooting magnification: 1: 6.5
  • Filter diameter: 82 mm
  • Size: φ 87.8 mm x 131 mm
  • Weight: 1200 g
  • Mount: Sigma, Canon, Nikon, Sony E

Sigma 70-200mm F/2.8 DG OS HSM | Sports

  • Lens construction: 22 groups 22 pieces (9 FLD lenses and 1 SLD lens included)
  • Minimum shooting distance: 1.2 m
  • Maximum magnification: 1: 4.8
  • Number of diaphragm blades: 11
  • Filter diameter: 82 mm
  • Size: φ 94.2 mm x 202.9 mm
  • Weight: 1805 g
  • Compatible with TC-1401 / TC-2001
  • Mount: Sigma, Canon, Nikon

Sigma 60-600mm F/4.5 – 6.3 DG OS HSM | Sports

  • Lens construction: 19 groups of 25 (including 3 FLD lenses and 1 SLD lens)
  • Shortest shooting distance: 60-260 cm
  • Maximum photographing magnification: 1: 3.3 (200 mm)
  • Image stabilization effect: 4 steps
  • Filter diameter: 105 mm
  • Size: φ120.4 mm x 268.9 mm
  • Weight: 2700 g
  • Compatible with TC-1401 / TC-2001
  • Mount: Sigma, Canon, Nikon

Sigma 56mm F/1.4 DC DN | Contemporary

  • Lens construction: 6 groups 10 pieces (including one SLD lens)
  • Shortest shooting distance: 50 cm
  • Maximum shooting magnification: 1: 7.4
  • Filter diameter: 55 mm
  • Size: φ 66.5 mm x 59.5 mm
  • Weight: 280 g
  • Mount: Micro Four Thirds, Sony E

Unreleased Canon Cameras Leaked Through Certification Authorities (FF & APS-C MILCs and PowerShots)

Canon Rumors Canon Full Frame Mirrorless

Nokishita updated the list of yet unreleased Canon cameras that have leaked through certification authorities. Other, already leaked gear is updated with the sensor resolution. All new information is in italics. We are pretty confident the Canon EOS M5 Mark II is listed.

The new items are K435, EC808, and EC812. Canon is going to announce no just the EOS M5 Mark II, EOS 7D Mark III and EOS 90D in 2019 but possibly two more mirrorless cameras and a DSLRs.

K433 most likely is the second full frame mirrorless camera we expect Canon to announce.

  • K433 (this is the next full frame mirrorless camera)
    • Mirror-less camera
    • Full size
    • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
    • Maximum image size of test machine: 6240 x 4160
    • Probably will be released within 1 year
  • K435
    • Single-lens reflex camera
    • APS-C
    • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
    • Battery level indication is displayed in 4 levels (same as 9000 D etc.)
    • Maximum image size of test machine: 6000 × 4000
    • Probably released in 2019
  • K436 (may be the Canon EOS 80D replacement)
    • Single-lens reflex camera
    • APS-C
    • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
    • Battery level indication is displayed in 4 levels (same as 9000 D etc.)
    • Maximum image size of test machine: 6000 × 4000
    • Probably released in 2019
  • K437 (likely to be the EOS 7D Mark III)
    • Single-lens reflex camera
    • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
    • Battery level indicator is displayed in six levels (same as 5D Mark IV etc.)
    • Maximum image size of test machine: 6960 × 4640
    • Probably released in 2019 or later
  • EC804 (upcoming PowerShot model, likely PowerShot G7X III)
    • Compact digital camera
    • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
    • Powershot G series
  • EC 805
    • Compact digital camera
    • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
  • EC808
    • Compact digital camera
    • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
    • Powershot G series
  • EC 811 (we think this is the EOS M5 Mark II)
    • Mirror-less camera
    • APS-C
    • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
    • Maximum image size of test machine: 6000 × 4000
    • Probably released in 2019
  • EC 812 
    • Mirror-less camera
    • APS-C
    • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
    • Maximum image size of test machine: 6000 × 4000
    • Probably released in 2019 or later

A Future Canon EOS R With 8K Video Is In The Realm of Possibilities, Canon Manager States

Canon Eos R

Japanese website MyNavi posted an interview with various Canon Managers about the company’s brand new full frame mirrorless camera, the Canon EOS R.

Some highlights from the interview:

  1. The Canon EOS R sensor is not the same as the sensor featured on the EOS 5D Mark IV. The EOS R sensor is a new development.
  2. The image quality of the Canon EOS R will beat any other Canon DSLR camera thanks to new sensors, new processors and new, high performing lenses
  3. Canon did not add on sensor stabilisation (IBIS) because of the costs, and heating and size issues. They might consider adding on sensor stabilization on future models
  4. There will be more EOS R models in the line-up. Expect lower and higher end models to be released in the future
  5. Canon is considering making a 8k Cinema EOS R camera

What do you think? Feel free to sound off in the comment section.

[via Mirrorless Rumors]