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Old 10-25-2012, 02:11 AM
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I need to save up for most of these lenses - any options for the lower budget?
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Old 10-25-2012, 09:46 AM
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What camera you have?
I am very satisfied with my combo, D5100 + Samyang 8mm.

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Old 12-16-2012, 12:29 PM
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I've started taking panorama pics with a Nikon D70 and 10,5mm combo a long time ago.
Later shifted to Nikon D200 and Sigma 8mm. I've had to sell the 10,5mm (quite cheap though) to get a 70/300mm (when started being interested in shooting gigapics).
A couple of years ago I was very much satisfied to start working with Nikon D90 except for its bracketing limitations. It actually took me back to taking pano pics with my old D200.
Recently I've been involved in a long-term project where my main tool is supposed to be Canon 5D MarkII kit plus Sigma 8mm. Perfect camera to shoot under any conditions all the way.
But its massive waste of pixels with Sigma 8mm and its bracketing characteristics took me back to my retired D200 while shooting panoramas again.
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