Which is more suitable for indoor / low light photo taking?


May 1, 2006
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I am looking at either Sigma 10-20 and Tokina 12-24. Which of this can better focus at indoor and during low light?
I am using Nikon D3100 thus Tokina 11-16 is out of the question and Nikon 12-24 f1.4 is way out of my budget. I am using Sigma 30 f1.4 as my main lens now.

Thanks in advance.
 

Octarine

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It's your camera that focuses, the lens only get the commands to turn the focusing ring. If there is low light then the AF system in your camera has a hard time to lock the focus. I have the Sigma 10-20, works well for me. Using Wide Angle any focus error is less critical anyway. You can also get an external flash and use the AF assist.
 

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