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Yeah, I've been known to do strange things.. like shoot at 1/10 sec hh @ 1000 iso.. basically to try them, see if I still have the hand strength I used to when I shot B&W at night, etc..


Edited by MistaBernie - 4/5/11 at 8:19pm
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Haha, I do that too sometimes, not quite THAT bad though. xD but sometimes I get too excited to shoot, then once I look at them on my PC and look at the EXIF data, I'm like What in the world was I thinking!
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Originally Posted by Shane1244 View Post
Yeah, I was playing around with this: http://www.dofmaster.com/dofjs.html and after like you said 7 or so feet, there is large room of error that you have to play with.

So, how do you like it? Worth it?
its a great lens for 400 bucks. but i shoot fullframe so i dont really have a 10-20 sigma to choose from (i have a 12-24 tho.....)
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its a great lens for 400 bucks. but i shoot fullframe so i dont really have a 10-20 sigma to choose from (i have a 12-24 tho.....)
I forgot about my ambition to go FF one day soon. Arg!
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Nice you got the 35L! I loved that lens too, I just hated how it has loads of CA and it's not always easily correctable. Comes with the territory of large-aperture wide-angles I guess.
Do you mean lateral CA's or bokeh fringing? I took several wide open shots today, outdoors in the bright sun, and was astounded at how well it controls lateral CA's (almost non-existant in fact). It does suffer from bokeh fringing wide open, but a lot lenses do at such wide apertures.
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I keep lusting after a 10-24. I rented one awhile back to shoot crater lake and omg, that lens was amazing. it would pretty much never leave my camera.
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post #11517 of 29551
ooooh! $500, no one told me about this guy. Faster, and 4mm longer! Research time!

EDIT: Unless you were talking about the Nikon one?
Edited by Shane1244 - 4/5/11 at 9:52pm
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Do you mean lateral CA's or bokeh fringing? I took several wide open shots today, outdoors in the bright sun, and was astounded at how well it controls lateral CA's (almost non-existant in fact). It does suffer from bokeh fringing wide open, but a lot lenses do at such wide apertures.
yeah "color bokeh" or more specifically spherochromatism. all the canon big lenses have it (85 1.2, 50 1.2). even stopped down to 2.8 it was apparent. it's hard to tell on screen when re-sized to workable resolutions but i've lost a lot of good wedding pictures that needed to be on print because of it.

a lot happier with the nikon 24mm 1.4g. though it's not fair to compare an older design like the 35L to the 24G - they're more than 10 years apart. canon needs to make a "II" version.
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Guys, I need some guidance --

1. I have a 6970
2. I have a pair of 5850s

I stopped using the 5850s because my last mobo would shat a brick when my Xonar was in the top slot, making CF real dicey. Now that I have up/side-graded, I would like to sell either the 6970 or the pair of 5850s in order to put the money towards my "buy some more camera garb" fund.

Before I make a final choice, I will ask in this thread first if anyone has gear to trade/is interested in either of those things. This is not an official "For Sale" post.
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