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On 2/28/2020 at 9:13 PM, heart0less said:

It almost look like Leicas have some Pro-Mist built in, too.
They resolve much detail, but in a subtle way..

But, in the end, Sigma 18-35 is one single lens, which can stay on your camera all day. It's also much more easier to get one in a great condition and is significantly cheaper than a set of Leicas.

 

Some update from Matteo regarding Sigma 18-35/1.8 vs Leica Rs:

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Went down to Anna Maria Island and Longboat Key to test out my BMPCC6K, the Sigma 18-35 f/1.8 and my new NiSi screw on IRND with polarizer. The Sigma is definitely a very handy lens to have if you are shooting lots of run and gun. But it's way too sharp and contrasty for me, to a point where it seems like the camera has less dynamic range. Overall it's a great lens to have, but Leica Rs are on a completely different level.

Interesting points, don't you agree?

And a short YT video showcasing what he achieved with BMPCC6K and aforementioned Sigma:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0-gJoGk338

 

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