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Not satisfied with its premium 24mm f/1.4 Art lens, Sigma is pushing its flagship lens series even wider. Sigma is announcing a new 20mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art model, just in time for next week's Photo Plus Expo in New York City. This latest Art offering is the widest f/1.4 lens money can buy from any manufacturer.
Designed with the latest high resolution sensors in mind, this brand-new Art model features 15 elements in 11 groups with one Low Dispersion element, and five Special Low Dispersion elements.
Wrapped in Sigma's signature Global Vision design with rubber and high-quality metal, this 20mm lens is also assembled at the company's home base in Aizu, Japan. It joins the 24mm, 50mm and 35mm lenses in the company's full-frame Art prime lineup.
Sigma says the lens will be available in late November for $899, in Sigma, Canon, and Nikon mount versions.