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With a price-tag that is only just shy of £300, Sigma's 30mm optic is on the pricey side for a 'standard' lens and with good reason since it comes with…


Our rating:  83%

With the sensor of a DSLR in a compact body, is this the ultimate compact camera we've been waiting for?


Our rating:  83%

Upon first inspection, the Sigma EF-530 DG ST flash looks like a no-nonsense piece of kit.....


Our rating:  86%

This is one of the cheapest lens in this category and is available in Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sigma and Sony mounts...


Our rating:  83%

For those on a budget, the Sigma is well worth a look, with an average street price of £109, though the Nikon fit has a Hypersonic Motor (HSM) adding another…


Our rating:  82%

This is a comparatively large unit that offers full tilt and bounce functions.......


Our rating:  85%

The 14-megapixel SD14 is the third DSLR from Sigma to employ the unique triple-layered Foveon sensor. Has the company got it right this time?


Our rating:  79%

If you're looking for something a little more than just a standard zoom, Sigma offers a few lenses with macro capabilities built in...


Our rating:  88%

The only system currently available from a major independent, the Sigma EM-140DG is available for Nikon (i-TTL), Canon E-TTL) and Sigma cameras.......


Our rating:  84%