Nope. It depends on how you use it. Don't forget at at 24mm, it has a cropped view of a 36mm which is used for full body portraiture. I have a few shots of people taken with the 12-24mm during Astin's shoot. Just search for it.KNIGHT ONG said:Taking human being at WA, not recommended ...
Larry Larry!!Larry said:here's one of mine. taken @ 12mm if i remember correctly.
in the face of a lack of a ultra-wide angle solution (short of going the Canon FF way), the 12-24 is the best option IMHO.
Those were some of the better pics, but even for the above shots i posted, if u look at pic 1, the dragons on the roof seems to have loss quite alot of detail (due to softness?)jumbocrab said:geoyip - your shots look quite sharp leh, why do you say "soft"?
I have the lens on the D70. Find it to be quite sharp. But have to get used to doing perspective correction on Photoshop when taking buildings. Otherwise when taking a shot with too much tile over the horizon, the buildings will all appear to lean too much to the middle.
Sigh, how can you judge the sharpness or details on a 900x600 JPG photo?!?Also, the sensor is only 6MP while the object has huge amount of information. Especially for WA, you cannot judge it that way as well.geoyip said:Those were some of the better pics, but even for the above shots i posted, if u look at pic 1, the dragons on the roof seems to have loss quite alot of detail (due to softness?)