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    Default Tokina 10-17mm & sigma 10-20mm

    Anyone here been using tokina 10-17mm lens & care to share? Thinking of getting a wide angle lens but don't know which one to go for. At first i wanted to go for sigma 10-20mm, now i don't know which one to go for. Tokina 10-17mm have the control for fisheye view & also normal wide angle view, 2 function for one lense while sigma 10-20mm jst have the normal wide angle view but as i understand that many people are using it...

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    Default Re: Tokina 10-17mm & sigma 10-20mm

    Quote Originally Posted by MrWanz View Post
    Anyone here been using tokina 10-17mm lens & care to share? Thinking of getting a wide angle lens but don't know which one to go for. At first i wanted to go for sigma 10-20mm, now i don't know which one to go for. Tokina 10-17mm have the control for fisheye view & also normal wide angle view, 2 function for one lense while sigma 10-20mm jst have the normal wide angle view but as i understand that many people are using it...
    Maybe you wanna wait for the Tamron 10-24?

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    Default Re: Tokina 10-17mm & sigma 10-20mm

    Quote Originally Posted by MrWanz View Post
    Anyone here been using tokina 10-17mm lens & care to share? Thinking of getting a wide angle lens but don't know which one to go for. At first i wanted to go for sigma 10-20mm, now i don't know which one to go for. Tokina 10-17mm have the control for fisheye view & also normal wide angle view, 2 function for one lense while sigma 10-20mm jst have the normal wide angle view but as i understand that many people are using it...
    Tokina 10-17 and Sigma 10-20 are 2 different category.
    The 10-17 is designated a fisheye and not a wide angle even when zoom to 17 it is still a fisheye with all the distortion etc.

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    Default Re: Tokina 10-17mm & sigma 10-20mm

    Yes, best to wait for the Tamron 10-24. If you are using Canon, the Canon EF-S 10-22mm is a very good choice.

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