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    Default Sigma wild angle lens

    28 mm and below, who have it? tell me how you feel about it, ever printed in 8 * 10 before?


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    Default Re: Sigma wild angle lens

    Originally posted by ninelives
    28 mm and below, who have it? tell me how you feel about it, ever printed in 8 * 10 before?


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    Don't think anyone got a WILD angle lens, but Red Dawn has the Sickma Twenty Millimeters wide angle lens. You can ask him.

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    28mm and below? so my 28-70 qualifies? haven't printed anything since print heads clogged. have to buy new printer...

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    Sigma 15-30?

    Counted?

    30 is above 28 but 15 is below.....

    so how?

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    Sigma is fine...


    Sigma 17-35mm f2.8 1/15s ISO 400
    Kobe, Japan

    I have printed this is A4 size before...
    Last edited by zapp!; 14th August 2002 at 10:52 AM.

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    But of course, if i had the money...i would go for a Canon 16-35L!!

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    Default ... never answer his question ...

    ... wild angle lenses - all those 20mm; 15-30; 16-35 all not WILD enough.

    I think what ninelives asking for is the lens that can do WILD things to angles, like making straight lines go zigzag; and circles become squares ... correct or not???

    Might have happened if Salvadore Dali had been Chief Optical Design Engineer for Sigma, but sadly he passed away a long time ago.


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    Default Re: ... never answer his question ...

    Originally posted by Darren
    ... wild angle lenses - all those 20mm; 15-30; 16-35 all not WILD enough.

    I think what ninelives asking for is the lens that can do WILD things to angles, like making straight lines go zigzag; and circles become squares ... correct or not???

    Might have happened if Salvadore Dali had been Chief Optical Design Engineer for Sigma, but sadly he passed away a long time ago.


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    Default Re: ... never answer his question ...

    Originally posted by Darren
    ... wild angle lenses - all those 20mm; 15-30; 16-35 all not WILD enough.

    I think what ninelives asking for is the lens that can do WILD things to angles, like making straight lines go zigzag; and circles become squares ... correct or not???

    Might have happened if Salvadore Dali had been Chief Optical Design Engineer for Sigma, but sadly he passed away a long time ago.


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    Default Re: ... never answer his question ...

    Originally posted by Darren
    ... wild angle lenses - all those 20mm; 15-30; 16-35 all not WILD enough.

    I think what ninelives asking for is the lens that can do WILD things to angles, like making straight lines go zigzag; and circles become squares ... correct or not???

    Might have happened if Salvadore Dali had been Chief Optical Design Engineer for Sigma, but sadly he passed away a long time ago.

    If Salvadore Dali had been the Chief Optical Designer for Sigma, the photos might turn up to be Picasso's masterpieces!

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