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Res: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Good lens for Canon 30D? 15mm 2.8 FE vs. Zooms-Newbie question

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  • Augusto Miranda Martins
    I ve got a D300 and both lenses (Sigma 10mm and Nikkor 10.5mm), if the Sigma 10mm for Canon is as good as mine, it s better than the Nikkor 10.5mm. Go for it,
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      I've got a D300 and both lenses (Sigma 10mm and Nikkor 10.5mm), if the Sigma 10mm for Canon is as good as mine, it's better than the Nikkor 10.5mm.
      Go for it, this Sigma is a great lens, I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good fisheye.


      Augusto.



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      De: Matthew Rogers <matthew@...>
      Para: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com
      Enviadas: Quinta-feira, 25 de Setembro de 2008 16:46:02
      Assunto: Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Good lens for Canon 30D? 15mm 2.8 FE vs. Zooms-Newbie question

      Exactly, why someone would recommend a 10.5 with an adaptor is beyond
      me. The quality of the Sigma 10mm is practically a perfect match for
      the Nikkor 10.5. The Sigma 10mm is slightly larger but that's about it.

      Matt

      On 25 Sep 2008, at 20:31, michel thoby wrote:

      > Erik,
      >
      > Concerning 10 mm fisheye lenses, you may add the Sigma 10mm F2.8 EX
      > DC Fisheye HSM on this list.
      >
      > Regards,
      >
      > Michel
      > Le 25 sept. 08 à 21:23, Erik Krause a écrit :
      >
      > > On Thursday, September 25, 2008 at 8:34, Dan Doughtie wrote:
      > >
      > > > So, I need some guidance on what I should use on the 30D: a 15mm
      > > > Fisheye, a 17-55/2.8 EF-S or the 10-22mm EF-S lens. Is the extra
      > > degree on the
      > > > 17-55/2.8 worth it? I like the fact it is a 2.8 lens but is it
      > > going to
      > > > improve the overlap. Most of my VRs will be
      > > > interiors with one tier pans.
      > >
      > > That depends on what you want to do. For sphericals a 10mm fisheye
      > > would be the best compromise between number of images to shoot and
      > > resolution. In that range you have two choices (as far as I know):
      > An
      > > adapted Nikkor 10.5mm or a Tokina 10-17mm fisheye zoom.
      > >
      > > All the lenses you mention are rectilinear lenses which require far
      > > more shots for sphericals, even if they have the same focal length
      > as
      > > a fisheye. You can calculate the numer of shots you need easily with
      > > http://www.frankvanderpol.nl/fov_pan_calc.htm (your camera has a
      > > sensor size of 22.5 mm x 15.0 mm)
      > >
      > > best regards
      > >
      > > Erik Krause
      > > http://www.erik-krause.de
      > >
      > >
      > >


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