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Sigma’s Optimization Pro software now has native support for Apple Silicon

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Sigma has released the latest version of its Sigma Optimization Pro 1.7.0 software, bringing with it new features for both the macOS and Windows version, as well as native support for Apple silicon.

Sigma’s USB Dock that’s used to update firmware on Sigma Art, Contemporary and Sport lenses.

Sigma Optimization Pro is a free program used to update firmware and tweak the settings of Sigma’s lenses, speedlights and mount converters using its USB docks. Version 1.7.0 of the program is rather minor, but is notable in that it brings native support to Apple’s M1 computers, which should ensure better compatibility and stability compared to running the previous versions through Rosetta 2.

Below is the changelog for the Windows version of Sigma Optimization Pro 1.7.0:

【SIGMA Optimization Pro 1.7.0 for Windows】

• It allows users of L-Mount DN lenses to assign functions to custom switches.

– It allows users to customize the appearance of live view images when camera shake correction is activated.

– It allows users to customize the focus limiter range.

Below is the changelog for the macOS version of Sigma Optimization Pro:

【SIGMA Optimization Pro 1.7.0 for Macintosh】

• It brings native support for Macs with an Apple M1 chip.

• It allows users of L-Mount DN lenses to assign functions to custom switches.

– It allows users to customize the appearance of live view images when camera shake correction is activated.

– It allows users to customize the focus limiter range.

You can find compatiblity notes and download the free software on Sigma’s website.


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