Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by dnicol, Aug 21, 2006.
Nikon AF mount. Can I get halfway decent glass and get all three of these for less than 1000?
what's teh advantage of getting a dedicated macro lense as opposed to buying extensions besides it being auto?
fisheye gets boring fast
50mm shuldn't be slower than f/1.8, really f/1.4, even if its a macro.
whats a maco
auto paint shop
snowboarding in the winter, skateboarding/anything XTREME in the summer = fisheye win.
the two posted above are great. the 100mm Tokina Macro lens is also good.
film or digital?
Digital, nikon D70 AF mount. I really don't need a 50mm because of the kit lens, but I'm not sure what my optimal macro focal length is.
Matt, what lense is that?
10.5 on the left.
Id like to have a fisheye some day. May get old but I doubt I would use it that often so it would be kinda cool to have around for days when you just want to do something different.
I have been debating the 8mm ALOT, just dont know if it would be too much!!
you'll end up showing up in some shots if you aren't looking carefully.
yeah, you know i find alot of functions with it, esp with nikon capture it can take out the pincushion distortion with that lens. and you know it works for macro's really well too. I just took this for my mom this weekend with it.
I think this is the coolest picture I've ever taken with it. This was taken on the old Hana Highway in Hawaii
I think a 10-11mm is more my style.....would a 10mm lense produce the same product with a 1.5/1.6 camera like the 350D?
Yeah, Mine is a 10.5, and i have the d200 which is 1.5
just get the nikkor 1.8, it is only 80-100 bucks.
my friend has it and he loves it..
he had a d100 and now he just bought a d200