Update 11/25/2020: Images have leaked that indicate the December 1 Livestream will include three lenses, not just one.
Below are the leaked images of the Sigma 24mm f/3.5, 35mm f/2.0, and 65mm f/2.0 DG DN:
(via Mirrorless Rumors)
Sigma has announced that it will present a new lens in the DN series for mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras on December 1, 2020. The lens is rumored to be a compact wide-angle for Sony E and Leica L-mount cameras.
Sigma provided multiple ways to watch the live stream, which will be hosted by the company’s President Kazuto Yamaki:
The specifically English version will be broadcast at the video link below at 7 AM eastern time, 4 AM pacific time:
Sony Alpha Rumors has reported that the lens looks likely to be a compact wide-angle prime lens made to work especially well with the a7C camera. The publication has noted that a European Influencer named Stephan Wiesner might have been testing the lens, which he shared on an Instagram story earlier this month, with speculation that it will land somewhere between a focal length 20mm and 24mm:
Despite the above leak, Sigma has done a particularly good job keeping the details of this upcoming lens under wraps. No definitive details have emerged since then, though the anticipated time of the announcement was predicted pretty accurately.