Voigtlander 10mm or 12mm?

Started Apr 4, 2017 | Discussions thread
Bob Tullis
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Yes.
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. . . to one or the other.  

The 10mm is kind of extreme.   The 12mm would be the more practical way to go wider than your 18mm Batis.  I tended to favor the CV 15mm over the 12mm, unless I knew I needed the wider FOV, which was typically for outdoor architecture.

OTOH, the 10mm can be an interesting challenge to master.   And with a crop it's a hop-skip-jump to being 12mm.   In part I got this because of that, and because I wanted a specialty wide that I could commonly bag even if no plans were anticipated to use it (and the Rokinon 2.8 Fisheye wasn't that lens).

I'm still finding my way with mine.

. Batis 18mm

.  CV 10mm

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