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    Quote Originally Posted by MGohzxc View Post
    No, I have:
    01) 70-200 F4 IS USM
    02) 15-85 IS USM

    So need one is below 15mm

    Which will be good?
    My dad told me about the Canon 10-22 and Tokina 11-16
    Wah never check clubsnap for these few days Page 5 already =p

    You can also consider the Sigma 8-16mm if you really want WIIIIDEEEE The MTF charts look quite impressive.
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    Default Re: [SunChasersSG] - TCSS thread (Part V)

    Quote Originally Posted by frankchn View Post
    Wah never check clubsnap for these few days Page 5 already =p

    You can also consider the Sigma 8-16mm if you really want WIIIIDEEEE The MTF charts look quite impressive.
    Hello frankchn,
    Wa,, confusing now and may be too wide and sure have alot of lens distortion. When I use 15mm I have to do lens correction in PS and not so easy...
    So if use this sigma 8-16, the lens correction will be more..
    Maybe Im wrong

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    If you are talking about optical distortion (e.g. barrel or pin-cushion distortion) then the Sigma 8-16mm is actually okay. Photozone.de tested it to have 2.87% barrel at 8mm and 0.72% pincushion at 16mm so it is quite good. (In comparison, the Samyang 14mm for FF has a 7% barrel distortion on FF and the TS-E 17L, that costs 3x the 8-16, still has a 1.17% barrel distortion).

    If you are talking about perspective distortion due to the rectilinear projection of a 3D environment onto a 2D image plane, then I guess it is just something you have to try to work into the composition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frankchn View Post
    If you are talking about optical distortion (e.g. barrel or pin-cushion distortion) then the Sigma 8-16mm is actually okay. Photozone.de tested it to have 2.87% barrel at 8mm and 0.72% pincushion at 16mm so it is quite good. (In comparison, the Samyang 14mm for FF has a 7% barrel distortion on FF and the TS-E 17L, that costs 3x the 8-16, still has a 1.17% barrel distortion).

    If you are talking about perspective distortion due to the rectilinear projection of a 3D environment onto a 2D image plane, then I guess it is just something you have to try to work into the composition.
    Hello Frankchn,
    Wa.. sorry don't really quite understand all but I am actually talking about perspective distortion... I think so,.. the buildings are not straight vertical and horizontal when I use wide angle at 15mm. Yes must work on it and composition... Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGohzxc View Post
    Hello mimik07 ,
    wa , 10-22 . So this is canon . I will talk to my dad Btw , he also bought me the 10-stop ND filter . So I can take milkier water with longer exposure .
    wah ur father so nice... btw can i call ur dad "god father"? ... i need a UWA also.. errr 14-24 can already...
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolthought View Post
    The magazine Digital Camera World uk Sept(or issit Aug...can't remember) issue has a shoot out for UWA lenses. Their review shows that best for canon is the canon 10-22. Same goes for Nikon. Interestingly, Best for Sony and Pentax is the Sigma 10-24 f3.5.

    Personally I feel this is a good guide but not an all conclusive as they have miss a few good lenses in the shoot out.
    How about Fullframe??
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGohzxc View Post
    Hello mimik07 ,
    wa , 10-22 . So this is canon . I will talk to my dad Btw , he also bought me the 10-stop ND filter . So I can take milkier water with longer exposure .
    Before you start calling me uncle mimik after tmr, just to let you know you can call me Alvin gor gor actually

    Wah i can see you already poisoned your dad very badly ya
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGohzxc View Post
    Hello Frankchn,
    Wa.. sorry don't really quite understand all but I am actually talking about perspective distortion... I think so,.. the buildings are not straight vertical and horizontal when I use wide angle at 15mm. Yes must work on it and composition... Thanks
    Uhm, do you mean that the parallel lines converge when you try to shoot, e.g. http://photo.net/equipment/canon/tilt-shift-image1.gif? If that's the case, you need a wider lens and stand further back: http://photo.net/equipment/canon/tilt-shift-image2.gif. (Or you can get a shift lens, but they are very very expensive).
    Quote Originally Posted by Numnumball View Post
    How about Fullframe??
    TS-E 17mm f/4L
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    Quote Originally Posted by frankchn View Post

    TS-E 17mm f/4L
    Nah.. UWA bro UWA.. not special purpose lens...
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    but if you take 8 photos and stitch it is the widest you can go on 35mm FF on any system - UWA to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Numnumball View Post
    wah ur father so nice... btw can i call ur dad "god father"? ... i need a UWA also.. errr 14-24 can already...
    Ha..ha.....Ha.... Uncle NNB, you cannot call him god father because he is not a rich man !!!
    Maybe you look for a god mother..... Ha... ha.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimik07 View Post
    Before you start calling me uncle mimik after tmr, just to let you know you can call me Alvin gor gor actually

    Wah i can see you already poisoned your dad very badly ya
    Yes Alvin 哥哥,
    No la... my dad is like a gadget person.. he likes gadget so he dont mind buying something good..

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankchn View Post
    Uhm, do you mean that the parallel lines converge when you try to shoot, e.g. http://photo.net/equipment/canon/tilt-shift-image1.gif? If that's the case, you need a wider lens and stand further back: http://photo.net/equipment/canon/tilt-shift-image2.gif. (Or you can get a shift lens, but they are very very expensive).


    TS-E 17mm f/4L
    Hi frankchn,
    Wa.. difiicult to understand... btw I am still a newbie but roughly can understand

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    No need to read and research, just ask Daddy buy the Canon 10-22 ...
    Then change your 15-85 to 17-55
    And lastly buy a 100mm macro lens so can go take Macro with Uncle NNB and Uncle Jacobs
    All of the above are good gadgets, so daddy sure approve de
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    Quote Originally Posted by scubagolfer View Post
    No need to read and research, just ask Daddy buy the Canon 10-22 ...
    Then change your 15-85 to 17-55
    And lastly buy a 100mm macro lens so can go take Macro with Uncle NNB and Uncle Jacobs
    All of the above are good gadgets, so daddy sure approve de
    People only primary 5, and you start poisoning her BBB.... you ar.. no good la bro...

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    Aiyo, no lah, just get best, then no need B&S mah

    BTW I forgot maybe 50 1.4 or maybe 50 1.2
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    Quote Originally Posted by scubagolfer View Post
    Aiyo, no lah, just get best, then no need B&S mah

    BTW I forgot maybe 50 1.4 or maybe 50 1.2
    Haha, then might as well get the 1Ds Mark III and 14L II, 16-35L II and 24L II right =p
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    Default Re: [SunChasersSG] - TCSS thread (Part V)

    Quote Originally Posted by frankchn View Post
    Wah never check clubsnap for these few days Page 5 already =p

    You can also consider the Sigma 8-16mm if you really want WIIIIDEEEE The MTF charts look quite impressive.
    Bro... 2 words... "NO FILTER"

    bulging front element... no filters allowed... out the door for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Bro... 2 words... "NO FILTER"

    bulging front element... no filters allowed... out the door for me.
    The Sigma 12-24 does allow rear gel filters though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frankchn View Post
    The Sigma 12-24 does allow rear gel filters though.
    I am not very inclined towards gel filters actually...

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