Sigma AF 90mm f/2.8 Macro

(2 customer reviews)

The Sigma AF 90mm f/2.8 Macro is a camera glass that can magnify small subjects. It has a wide aperture which allows more light to enter the lens. The lens has six blades that create a circular bokeh effect. It weighs 365 grams and is 64mm long. The lens has a filter diameter of 52mm. The lens has autofocus capabilities and can also be manually focused. It is made up of multiple lens elements that are coated to reduce reflections and increase image quality. It is a high-quality lens that takes time to manufacture. The lens has a sturdy build quality and can produce high-resolution images. There are alternative lenses available for those who do not need macro capabilities.

Optical design

Has 6 aperture blades, this number of blades are commonly used. Having rounded blades provides out of focus circle shape closer to a circle. Thanks to the macro capabilities this lens can make tiny things look big. Bright lens thanks to the high aperture value

Physical characteristics

52 mm lens filter diameter, you are one step from the next standard filter size, buy step-up ring and bigger filter but you can chose from plenty options. 64 mm long, requires consideration if you want to carry in the camera bag. Weights 365 grams so plan ahead, carry only if really necessary.



Filter (mm)52
Length (mm)64.5
Min focus (m)0.32
Weight (g)365
Focal Length (mm)90

Overall rating

based on 10 reviews

bokeh (5)

mechanical quality (4.31)

optical quality (4.4)

usability (3.67)

value (5)


2 reviews for Sigma AF 90mm f/2.8 Macro


    4.0 user rated as 4.72/5


    10 user rated as 4.08/5

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