Re: New Tokina 10-17mm fisheye zoom
- You already know that, don't you? :-)
It is my personal Sigma lens, mounted on one of the Tokina owned
Canons there, whilst I was shooting the panorama with the Tokina
lens from that Canon body :-)))
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Nicola Graverini <nicolag@...>
> Michael ha scritto:
> > Hello,
> > (sorry for cross posting)
> > last week I visited the Tokina booth at the Photokina and I had
> > chance to make a pano with their new 10-17mm fisheye zoom lens,fully
> > named AT-X 107 AF DX. The lens was mounted on a Canon 20D, Iused a
> > Manfrotto 303 SPH head with quick adaption.res of
> > The result from this lens is great I think. See a QTVR with max
> > nearly 10.000 x 5000 (4.5 MB with 40% JPG compression, done inSigma
> > CubicConverter).
> > http://www.premiumpano.de/special/tokina_107.html
> > <http://www.premiumpano.de/special/tokina_107.html>
> Think this is an excellent indoor pano!!
> Only a question.... why the first canon on the Tokina desk has a
> lens cap?
- Very nice pano. Presumably means it will be available for canon mounts
without needing an adaptor?
B and H photo have the pentax version for 500 us dollars and a 100
dollar rebate which looks hopefull. Mind you also says not for full
frame cameras, though the nikon 10.5mm said that too. If it does work
then it suggets over 200 degrees fov without the hood. I can see this
becomming the new standard for full frame cameras. Heres hoping.
- --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "hmmsomethingelse"
> Very nice pano. Presumably means it will be available for canon
> without needing an adaptor?Yes. They provide a Canon mount and a Nikon mount version.