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Old 03-05-2013, 08:51 PM   #41
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I need a wide lens before my trip this Summer. I'm thinking about just nabbing the 10-24 and selling the kit 18-55 for now. We'll see.
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trveler: wow, very nice! i think my next lens is going to be the tokina 11-16 f2.8. always wanted an dedicated fisheye lens (not the cheap add on), but dont know if im willing to justify the cost at this point and time. i think the ultra wide would be the medium for now.

as for lenses, i was on ebay this weekend and picked a couple lenses to tinker around with after reading reviews on them. first is the nikon 105 f2.5. this is a retro lens but i read that this lens is highly sought after for its dreamy bokeh. and second lens i picked up was a rokinon 85 f1.4 (chipped version). this lens produced excellent results and came out on top versus the other lenses in its class.
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I need a wide lens before my trip this Summer. I'm thinking about just nabbing the 10-24 and selling the kit 18-55 for now. We'll see.
Do it. I'm a Canon boy, but I have a 10-22 on my 60D, and it is so much fun. Depends on what you want to do with it. Just realize that at 10mm you might be getting your feet or tripod if you use one in the shot.
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Ultra Wide lenses are awesome. I want to get an 11-16 f/2.8 as well.

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