Sigma 20mm F1.4 DG HSM Art
Announced Oct 16, 2015 •
Prime lens | Canon EF, Nikon F (FX), Sigma SA Bayonet
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I will be shooting my first Christening soon and am planning to use my 7D mii with 20mm (32/33 with 1xcf) f/1.4 lens generally but for the actual baptism I want to get some closeups and some full body shots. My initial plan was to have a 50mm with 13mm extension on my 7D mii and put the 20mm on my 1000D backup camera (I know, needs updating!!) but having thought a bit about it I am not sure this is the best use. The main lenses/extensions I have to work with are 70-300mm, 50mm, 20mm lenses...
By: diablo2424 (Nov 13, 2016)
Posted to: Canon EOS-1D / 5D / 6D Talk
I recently upgraded from my Canon t5 to a full-frame Canon 6D. I was using the Tokina 11-16 f2.8 DX lens with my t5 for daytime and nighttime shooting. I do a lot of landscape, night landscape and astrophotography. I've been doing some research and am trying to figure out which lens to go with for night landscape and astrophotography. I don't mind having a second lens for daytime landscape shots if necessary (I'm looking at you Canon 16-35L f/4 ;-)) I think I've narrowed it down to the below...
How does the 18-35mm Art lens stack up against the 20mm Art at the same focal length? Trying to decide which to buy for the SDQ. I have no problem using a prime but if there's not a significant difference at 20mm, then it may be time to take on the more versatile of the two. Thanks! --_DDriverhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/driverdriver
I like to shoot landscape and architectures . I also sometimes shoot real estate properties and sometimes rooms are very small and i need a very wide lens. I m wondering should i get this 20mm sigma lens for its outstanding performance or should i go for the 14-24mm for its versatility? is it worth the extra $1,000? Also i heard using a prime lens will teach you a lot in composing etc. I really want to get this prime lens but I m also worried that the 20mm isnt wide enough for indoors...
By: tsk1979 (Mar 10, 2016)
Posted to: Astrophotography Talk Forum
Hello I am a sony A7 user and I am looking for a widefield lens. I have a 14mm F2.8, but I would like something with AF because I would use it for quick pictures also. I suck at MF and as a result some of my shots go bad. For night with tripod and all, of course MF is okay, but for day and quick shooting... not Here are my options 1. Sony 16-35 F4 Pros Native lens in E mount Fast AF Good range Cons F4 so a bit slow, about a stop slower than F2.8 Samyang, but when it comes to transmission...
By: YairT (Nov 19, 2015)
Posted to: Nikon FX SLR (DF, D1-D5, D600-D850) Talk
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