I'm using the Canon EOS300D. Vignetting at 18mm only occurs at smaller f stops. There are some discussion on this at dpreview. I did not have any pictures taken under those settings. The closest is this picture I've taken at 18mm f7.1. It might not be the "ideal picture" to check vignetting.NiVleK said:Vin: Any vignetting as documented at the 18mm mark? Which body are u using?
No. For EOS300D you need to multiply by a factor of 1.6. Since I've only have the kit lens to compare with. These are my personal observation.Reyon said:THanks Vin Bro !
I heard tat it is actual 18 mm, is it true ?
Do share with us if u have more findings
fee like getting it too
Well, I'm still quite a newbie to the camera and photography. What do you mean by "flat"?NiVleK said:Somehow the image looks pretty flat to me.
Hi Chaotic,chaotic said:"Flat" as in the colours are not coming out. The scene itself is not very striking, so a little post-processing helps but still...
A little levelling, noise removal, resize to web size, increase saturation and sharpening, here's the result.
There is some distortion from the curving of the lamp posts, so try to compose pictures with this lens w/o straight edges near the side of the picture.
Thank you.Vin said:NiVleK,
I've visited your gallery and I must say they are very good. Just curious, what lens do you use with your 300D?
That one is cropped for 1.5x view coz of DC denotation. Just saw Sigma 24-60/2.8 EX DG at AP. $640. DG means film can use, but they still specify "optimised for digital".mpenza said:not yet, but there's a new Sigma 18-50 f/2.8.