As we just enjoyed a visit from the CEO of Sigma Corporation, Kazuto Yamaki, it seems fitting that our current exhibition is a celebration of the extraordinary versatility and outstanding performance of the Sigma Global Vision (SGV) range of lenses. All photographic art showcased features work from various artists shot with a SGV lens. The creative freedom, dependability and innovative engineering these lenses have to offer are all qualities that resonate with Cameraland’s core values.
SGV: One concept, three product lines, unlimited potential
The Sigma Global Vision concept categorizes lenses in such a way that photographers can quickly and easily choose a premium lens in-line with their specific creative vision. The three product lines clearly indicate the type of image creation each lens was optimized for.
• Contemporary SGV Lenses: Ideal for photographers looking for sleek, cutting-edge lenses that are versatile, portable and dependable all-round performers.
• Art SGV Lenses: Unmatched expressive power for the ultimate in creative freedom, these lenses offer expertly refined optical performance and a feature-rich design.
• Sports SGV Lenses: Enjoy unbeatable high action capture performance with this range of agile, precision-engineered lenses.
Featured Photographic Artists
Frank Krummacher Horizon
Sigma 24-105mm F4 DG OS HSM Art
Hendri Venter White Rhino
Sigma 120-300mm F2.8 DG OS HSM Sports
Keith Connelly Ode to the Kalahari
Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports
Michael de Nysschen Mountains & Mist
Sigma 17-70mm F2.8-4 DC MACRO OS HSM Contemporary
You can also enjoy artworks by the talented Clifford Wort, Desmond Louw, Dewald Kirsten, Rudi Hulshof and Hougaard Malan – all currently featured at the Sigma Global Vision Photography Exhibition now showing at Cameraland.