Sigma Macro 105mm F 2.8 EX DG OS HSM

(7 customer reviews)

The Sigma Macro 105mm F 2.8 EX DG OS HSM is a camera glass that is great for taking close-up shots of small subjects. It has autofocus capabilities and a silent motor that helps quickly focus on the subject. The lens has 9 aperture blades that create a pleasing bokeh effect. This photographic lens has a macro feature that allows you to take pictures of tiny objects and make them appear larger. The lens is 126mm long and weighs 725 grams, making it a bit heavy to carry around. The lens has a 62mm filter diameter, which is not commonly used, but you can use step-up rings to make it work. The lens has a sturdy build quality and is made with high-quality lens elements and coatings, which ensures good resolution and image quality.

– Excellent image quality, sharp details, and beautiful bokeh effect
– Great for macro photography, especially with the 1:1 magnification ratio
– The focus limiter function is helpful to reduce focusing time
– Optical stabilization works really well in low light conditions
– The build quality is solid and durable, feels like a premium lens

– The lens is quite heavy, which may be a challenge for some users
– The autofocus can be slow in certain situations, especially in low light
– The lens hood is not included in the package, which is a downside for the price

Overall, the Sigma Macro 105mm F 2.8 EX DG OS HSM is a fantastic lens for macro photography. It offers excellent image quality and a great focal range for close-up shots. Despite some minor drawbacks, the lens is worth the investment for those who are serious about macro photography or want to experiment with it. It may take some time to get used to the lens, but the results are worth it. Highly recommended!

Optical design

It is a ring-type ultrasonic motor designed to provide quick and silent focusing. Has 9 aperture blades, with this amount of aperture blades you will be satisfied with the result. Bright lens thanks to the high aperture value Thanks to the macro capabilities this lens can make tiny things look big.

Physical characteristics

Weights 725 grams so it is a heavy lens, consider using its own lens bag. 126 mm long, requires consideration if you want to carry in the camera bag. 62 mm lens filter diameter, rarely used filter size, make a try with step-up rings.


Basic data


Blades 9
Filter (mm) 62
Length (mm) 126
Min focus (m) 0.312
Weight (g) 725
Aperture 2.8/22
Focal Length (mm) 105

Overall rating

based on 2 reviews

bokeh (5.0)

mechanical quality (5.0)

optical quality (5.0)

usability (5.0)

value (5.0)


7 reviews for Sigma Macro 105mm F 2.8 EX DG OS HSM


    2.0 user rated as 5.0/5

  2. rated as 4.74/5

  3. [‘Jan 20, 2017’]

    Great Lens Beautiful Lens. Great Price. E-Infinity Online Camera Store is a good resource. Good customer service, speedy delivery. I would buy from them again.

  4. [‘Dec 03, 2017’]

    Not the best option for macro Keep in mind this is just my opinion after having tried another macro lenses and reversing rings.

    The image quality is good, bokeh, etc. The OS is noisy to the point I thought it was broken and I had to validate with Sigma if it was working normally, and it was!

    The OS is useless if you are aiming to use this lens for macro, and even the 2.8 aperture. If you are going for a macro lens, get a manual without OS.

  5. [‘Jan 23, 2014’]

    A damn good lens! I picked up this lens because I shoot a ton of macro work all year round and have been doing so with the 50mm version for over 4 years the only problem i was running into was how close i had to get to my subjects (I.E bugs, insects, ect.) jumping to this 105mm had made it much easier to get the shot by not having to get as close and the silent focus is a big plus too I also happen to run a commercial studio and I use this lens for portrait work it has stunning details. its a breeze to shoot with.

  6. [‘Oct 24, 2015’]

    Sharp Macro Lens I am very happy with this lens. Sharp, quiet, fast auto-focus, and it appears to be well made and rugged. I particularly like the longer focal length compared to a 50mm macro as it provides a better working distance for close up work.

  7. [‘Oct 31, 2017’]

    Learning curve A really good lens, just takes a little learning to get used to it after using a 60mm for severa years. Definitely gives a good range of focus.

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