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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Just so you know here is what happens when you use a 12-24 DX lens on a full frame body.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    A few today at Alexandra Palace London at 14mm
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Timer
    Just so you know here is what happens when you use a 12-24 DX lens on a full frame body.
    That's some serious vignetting.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Frog
    That's some serious vignetting.

    Yeah it can be kind of a neat effect in the right situation. If you back it down a bit it is still usable on the D700, but I am drooling over an ultra wide that is designed for the full frame camera.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Timer
    Yeah it can be kind of a neat effect in the right situation. If you back it down a bit it is still usable on the D700, but I am drooling over an ultra wide that is designed for the full frame camera.
    I love the effect - great shot...........nice room too!

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Timer
    Yeah it can be kind of a neat effect in the right situation. If you back it down a bit it is still usable on the D700, but I am drooling over an ultra wide that is designed for the full frame camera.
    Sort of like looking through the keyhole, eh.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Downtown Chicago at Blue's Fest today... playing with the new (used) Tokina.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    CaraRose,

    Congratulations on your new Tokina. These are very nice images.....

    It looks like you're enjoying the wide angle. Keep posting those pics! I don't have my Tokina anymore, but love viewing shots taken with it.

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Cara, is that the 11-16 or the 12-24 ?
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Thanks Liz

    It's the 12-24, Frog.

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    That's the one I have...love it even if I don't use it much.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread


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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Sigma 10-20 @ 10mm.

    1600 res.image in my gallery.

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Too bad no-one bothers to post in all these great archived threads....


    Ultra-wide @ 3.8mm
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    yeah...almost 3 years.
    Cool shot!
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    The widest that I have is the 24 70 but have the Tokina 11 16 2.8 and the nikon 14 24 in my cart at Amazon want the Nikon but can't justify the $$. Tokina would probably be fine. Need to make up my mind and pull the trigger on one of these soon maybe fathers day :confused5:

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Konica Minolta 17-35mm, Sony a850


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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by dl4449 View Post
    The widest that I have is the 24 70 but have the Tokina 11 16 2.8 and the nikon 14 24 in my cart at Amazon want the Nikon but can't justify the $$. Tokina would probably be fine. Need to make up my mind and pull the trigger on one of these soon maybe fathers day :confused5:
    I'm very happy with my Tokina and I've never heard a negative on them.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Nice,Greg. What is the crop?
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    Nice,Greg. What is the crop?
    I did crop it a little and did a lens correction in PS. Or did you mean what is it? I think it's hay. But I am a suberbanite so I really ain't sure.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Took this a while back with my Sigma 10-20mm taken at 10mm on a Nikon D90. I have sold 4 or 5 of this picture at a 20x30 inch size framed. There is a 20x30 inch copy of this photo in the welcome center at the Gulf Island National Seashore Park in Ocean Springs as their main picture , Jeff
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    Nice Jeff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg McCary View Post
    Nice Jeff.
    Thanks Greg. It doesn't have it here but if you could see it hung on the wall of the welcome center framed, double matted and in the 20x30 size it does have the wow factor there, Jeff
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    lol, Greg...I did mean what crop is it. Doesn't look like hay to me but maybe you have different hay back there.

    I remember that one, Jeff...either here or via email. It is a great shot.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Yes, the center watermark is distracting but I don't want my photo stolen.


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    The Tacloban City Convention Center, better known to locals as the "Astrdome" is a 5,000-seat indoor arena located in Tacloban City, Philippines. It is used primarily for basketball, concerts, regional events and other conventions. It is the biggest indoor arena in Eastern Visayas region. It also hosts a Carnival in the month of June in celebration of the Fiesta on June 30th. It also Hosts Offices and bars.

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