Stuck for last-minute gift ideas?
SIGMA accessories make the perfect gift for any photographer! Choose from a wide range of products that can protect, enhance and adapt SIGMA lenses, expanding the photographic possibilities of their favourite lenses.
Protect your lenses with SIGMA Filters. Protection Filters help prevent unwanted dust, dirt and scratches. Upgrade to a WR Protection UV Filter to add weather and oil resistant coatings. Reduce reflections on water, glass and metal surfaces while increasing contrast with a SIGMA WR CPL Filter.
Update the lens firmware and adjust focus position and other parameters by connection a SIGMA Art, Contemporary or Sports lens to a computer with the USB DOCK.
Extend the reach of your favourite SIGMA telephoto lenses using a dedicated teleconverter. Simply attached a compatible* SIGMA lens for extra creative control without the need for multiple lenses.
*Please check lens compatibility before purchase.
Use SIGMA DSLR lenses on mirrorless cameras by adapting SIGMA EF-mount and SIGMA SA-mount lenses to Sony E-mount with the SIGMA MC-11 Mount Converter or L-Mount using the MC-21 Mount Converter. Videographers can use the MC-31 Mount Converter to adapt Cine PL-mount lenses to L-Mount cameras.
SIGMA Workshops 2023 are now available! Choose from a wide selection of photography workshops and learn how to shoot like the pros. Click the link below to see the full 2023 calendar and find the perfect last-minute gift this Christmas.
Master cinematic video
Ready to create professional-quality footage with your camera? Master the core principles of video capture with film-maker Gyorgy László.
Birds of prey experience
Start capturing incredible bird-of-prey images under the expert guidance of renowned wildlife photographer and film-maker Robin Lowry.
Dragonfly photography workshop
Master dragonfly and damselfly photography in the wild under the expert guidance of wildlife pro photographer Victoria Hillman.
Dartmoor photography workshop
Capture the best of Dartmoor’s rugged granite tors, craggy terrain and sweeping valleys under the guidance of SIGMA Ambassador Lea Tippett.