An outstanding specification tailored to the needs of the user. The first compact, lightweight super-telephoto zoom lens from Sigma’s Contemporary line.
The Sigma Contemporary 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM is a highly compact, lightweight version of the 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Sports lens in the Sports line. When removed from the camera, this lens is easy to carry. The tripod socket may be detached and replaced with a protective cover to further reduce weight and make handheld photography an even more lightweight and convenient experience. This lens is the optimal choice for photographers who desire super-telephoto functionality while staying light on their feet.
While lightweight, this model offers robust core functionality for use in a wide variety of photographic scenes. The result is a super-telephoto lens with outstanding performance.
This lightweight lens is easy to carry and use in a wide variety of photographic scenes. At the same time, as may be expected of a member of our high-performance Contemporary line, this lens features all the core functionality you need for your photography, including splash- and dust-proof construction, a zoom lock switch that can be set for any focal length, a water- and oil-repellent lens coating, an easily accessible AF/MO/MF switch, and a newly designed tripod socket. This lens is also compatible with SIGMA’s newly developed teleconverters (sold separately), with which it offers AF up to F8.
- Dust-proof and splash-proof mount.
- Water and oil-repellent coating helps ensure performance in all conditions.
- Intelligent OS featuring updated algorithm.
- Two full-time manual modes available,
including manual override.
- Zoom lock switch that can be set at any focal length.
- Quieter and faster optimized AF
- TSC (Thermally Stable Composite)
- High-precision, rugged brass bayonet mount
- Minimized transverse chromatic aberration—thanks to FLD and SLD glass lens elements.
- Flare and ghosting reduction
- Exclusive low-dispersion glass
- Rounded diaphragm
- 46-megapixel Foveon
direct image sensor