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  • Thanks for all the responses. Though the FE lenses (Samyang etc.) are good I don't think they will meet my simple needs. My main issue is that I want to use it on church spires/towers so it would ...
  • Thanks Rashid The image from the 9mm body cap when de-fished is about the same as the image at 7mm - useful to know.
  • My 10-20 is v1 also. The Oly 9-18mm was looked at but not being as wide as the 7-14mm I dismissed it but maybe worth a second look.
  • Thanks Stuart, there are some interesting examples on your Flickr link, nicely taken. I think that I would lean towards the rectilinear lens rather than FE. I'll have to look again at the 9-18mm ...
  • Thanks. I'll have a look at the Flickr group and definitely leaning towards the 7-14.
  • Looked at the Samyang but a little bit put off by the fact that it is a diagonal fisheye and would need de-fishing compared to the Panasonic. I would be interested to hear why you class the ...
  • Not lens I am familiar with but looks good from the samples. Being rectilinear and taking filters is a plus. Angle of view is similar to the Panasonic at 7mm from what I can find.
  • Created question thread Another lens dilema
    I recently moved to M43 with a purchase of a GX8. The question I have is regarding UWA lenses. On my Nikons I used either Sigma 10-20mm DX or 16-35mm FX  The only lens similar to these I have is ...
  • Thanks. Thought that was the case. Simple question simply answered :-)
  • Not sure if it is possible to do such a comparison but how would the Panasonic 100-300mm on a GX8 compare to a Sigma 150-500mm on a full frame camera. Not thinking about IQ but more about focal ...
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