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    Well, so far, that's d onli lens i have at the moment. I let go my kit lens to my to my brother as he's buying a new camera. I would say i'm very satisfied with it.. .except for the cropping factor. Guess just have to back up extra few steps to shoot a group photos. Just have to get those people to squeeze tighter into the frame. Overall, I would say its an excellent lens.

  2. #82

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    hi borrow TS's thread
    so taking a 50mm on D90, say for example..
    the crop is 1.5xright.. so tts 75mm right..

    taking a wide angle lens like 18 / 24 mm.. tts 27 / 36 mm after crop. 36 is not realli wide liao, am i right to say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by akagi07 View Post
    hi borrow TS's thread
    so taking a 50mm on D90, say for example..
    the crop is 1.5xright.. so tts 75mm right..

    taking a wide angle lens like 18 / 24 mm.. tts 27 / 36 mm after crop. 36 is not realli wide liao, am i right to say?
    Correct. It's like a normal 35mm in the old film days.

    But if you really want to have a WIDE angle, you'd be looking at the wider ranges such as 12-24 or 10-20. They would give u a cropped view of 18-36 or 15-30. Do note that the wider you go, the more distortion will affect the picture.
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  4. #84

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    yup understood.
    jus wonder cos 24mm is wideangle.. and more budget to me if I'm saving and getting in 1 shot..
    cos seems now D90 appeals more.. + 1 portrait + 1 wideangle (may come later)

    but after crop.. 24 = 36mm.. scared like not much of the wide effect

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    Quote Originally Posted by akagi07 View Post
    yup understood.
    jus wonder cos 24mm is wideangle.. and more budget to me if I'm saving and getting in 1 shot..
    cos seems now D90 appeals more.. + 1 portrait + 1 wideangle (may come later)

    but after crop.. 24 = 36mm.. scared like not much of the wide effect
    It is wide... on FX. (after-all it was created for film in the first place)

    I have a few 24mm shots on my flickr. Go take a look, see if it's wide enough for you.
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    oh ya. some shots certainly looks extreme nice to me.
    Yup not really distorted (fisheye). Ok. Noted in advance.

    But I guess shall try out with rental of the lens first be4 buying.
    Anyway haven got the cam yet.

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    Sony got a 50mm Macro and 50mm F1.4, which one is more appropriate? But Sony lens is so expensive.... looking for 2nd hand to try out as new to DSLR....
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    I have to say that it's very worthy to have

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