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Tokina Zoom Fisheye 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 AT-X 107 DX

 
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May 15, 2007 00:52 |  #1

Thought id share some images ive taken with it. all with an XTi, and at 10mm

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May 15, 2007 01:19 |  #2

Can this lens be used with a 1D?




  
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May 15, 2007 04:51 |  #3

Very cool shots!


should get an image archive started from this...




  
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May 15, 2007 05:24 |  #4

Crashoran wrote in post #3207609 (external link)
Can this lens be used with a 1D?

Yes, no vignetting due to the built-in lens hood from about 13 mm, still having a 180 degree AoV diagonally at that FL with the 1D.

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May 15, 2007 11:49 |  #5

Crashoran wrote in post #3207609 (external link)
Can this lens be used with a 1D?

yes


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May 15, 2007 23:29 |  #6

I use mine on a 1D Mark II past 12mm.


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Jul 11, 2007 13:15 |  #7

intriguing. thanks for adding this lens to the archive list. I'd love to see more pics!


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Jul 11, 2007 13:49 |  #8

love them all , and the first one to me is the best .

your lens is nice , I will definitely consider it although I already have the Canon 10-22 , the fishy is cool and the Tokina is pretty sharp as a fishy and shares the same SMC coating of Pentax.

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Jul 11, 2007 14:43 |  #9

Can this lens be used with a 1D?

see >>>this post<<<


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Jul 11, 2007 16:02 |  #10

So does it become a rectilinear lens at 17mm? The last posted shot looks straight to me.




  
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Jul 11, 2007 17:00 |  #11

nice shots

but ive got to say non look very fishy more UWA


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Jul 11, 2007 17:48 |  #12

Yohan Pamudji wrote in post #3526928 (external link)
So does it become a rectilinear lens at 17mm? The last posted shot looks straight to me.

No, it doesn't. But because the AoV at 17 mm on a APS-C cam is only about 120 degrees or thereabouts, if not less, it isn't as obvious, unless you would really point it down or up.

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Jul 11, 2007 17:52 |  #13

Zilly wrote in post #3527323 (external link)
nice shots

but ive got to say non look very fishy more UWA

No they don't, unless you have a not so well corrected UWA. :) Teh bent lines give it away.

Fisheyes use a projection that keeps areas or solids more or less the same, which results in straight lines being bent, except lines going through the center, while well corrected rectilinear lenses do what their moniker promises: they keep straight lines straight, be it with an extreme perspective.

When you look for it, you'll see the difference, even at 17 mm fisheye.

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Jul 11, 2007 17:57 |  #14

but most of the straight lines look straight the only ones that don't are in 2 & 7


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Jul 11, 2007 18:01 |  #15

Zilly wrote in post #3527600 (external link)
but most of the straight lines look straight the only ones that don't are in 2 & 7

The straight lines are the ones going through more or less the center, which is what I mentioned. That is happening in pic 2, but there are many lines which are bent, still :).

Pic 7 was taken at 17 mm, and that was the luck or skill of the photographer, to make it look that straight. However, the lanterns still do have an unnatural bend. :) The closer you get to a 90 degree AoV, with fisheye, the more natural it will look.

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