Wide Angle Prime for Full Frame


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adamadam

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HI!
I did a search, but couldn't find what I was looking for, basically a list of wide angle primes (less than or equal to 24mm) I can check out.

I chose primes because it's smaller for travel.

I want to use it on a full frame camera, so I don't want a APS-C lens.

Autofocus is not essential, I don't mind using an old lens with adaptor, manual focus with stop-down metering. (ie. mount doesn't matter, so long as I can get an adaptor)

I want something with good image quality.

Say.... a budget of $400, what's available?

Thanks!
 

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Hi

here is a link by Bjorn Rorslett on wide angle primes including the old manual ones
http://www.naturfotograf.com/lens_wide.html

Doesn include the price.
For AF a 24mm prime might be ard the price. A 20mm prime will cost more, and a used lens might still be slightly more than your budget.

Ryan
 

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Hi

here is a link by Bjorn Rorslett on wide angle primes including the old manual ones
http://www.naturfotograf.com/lens_wide.html

Doesn include the price.
For AF a 24mm prime might be ard the price. A 20mm prime will cost more, and a used lens might still be slightly more than your budget.

Ryan
Thanks! That's what I wanted :D:D THanks!
 

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nikon AF 20mm or nikon AI 20mm
 

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I have a Minolta AF 24mm f2.8 at $400 if you're interested.
Thanks, I will look into these.
There's no Minolta -> EOS adaptor available is there?

nikon AF 20mm or nikon AI 20mm
Thanks! I will also look into these :)

for 24mm f2.8, if you dont mind manual focusing, get OM. check out the comparison in

http://www.16-9.net/lens_tests/
Thanks! That's a great website wow!
 

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