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Apr 11, 2011 06:54 as a reply to  @ post 12198862 |  #781

Its pretty easy to build an Adaptor for the Lee Holder, for the 17.
Costs about 120$ and 20 minutes.


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Apr 11, 2011 07:45 |  #782

mbn wrote in post #12198970 (external link)
Its pretty easy to build an Adaptor for the Lee Holder, for the 17.
Costs about 120$ and 20 minutes.

You still haven't showed us sample images with the set up. :)




  
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Apr 11, 2011 08:07 as a reply to  @ jdizzle's post |  #783

You still haven't build one yourself, jd?:D
Im not uploading much here, or in general, but give me some time to get something worth showing here.

In these threads are some pretty nice shots, i cant come up with some point and shoot test shots of a duck.


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Apr 11, 2011 08:09 |  #784

mbn wrote in post #12199152 (external link)
You still haven't build one yourself, jd?:D
Im not uploading much here, or in general, but give me some time to get something worth showing here.

In these threads are some pretty nice shots, i cant come up with some point and shoot test shots of a duck.

Hehe! I haven't had the time to make one. :)




  
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Apr 11, 2011 10:32 |  #785

Malsam wrote in post #12198862 (external link)
i thought long and hard between the TS-E 17 and 24 II before deciding to get the 24 II instead.

First of the consideration is that 24 gets a filter (which of course you have to consider it takes a 82mm or just get square filters which I'm paying tons to switch now). For nature landscape wide angle, filter can make a hell of difference. I'm talking about filters that cannot be PS such as a grad ND.

Second, I ask myself if I would to use it for wide angle shots without a tripod and just on street, I probably would want AF on it so either a TS-E 24 or 17 doesn't really matter. If I want real wide, then I probably be better off getting a 14mm.

Third, since I would get a 14mm, then the TS-E 17 might be too close even though its good to get both.

Fourth, if I want some miniature video effect on the occasional "fun" factor, comparing both the 24 does give u more "miniature" effect.

Fifth, its cheaper among the 2 ^^

Lastly...I don't baby my stuffs so I probably end up with a broken front element sooner than I know. (1 14mm is already quite a nightmare for me to take care if 2 comes, I'll probably be too afraid to bring all of them out). But thats just me!

Ditto. That exactly was my reasoning in getting TSE 24 in addition to 14 mm, instead of TSE 17. Same thoughts and intentions in regards to filters too. I am not happy with open front element as well. I guess, I might end up owning all three lenses in a future. I am still puzzled. :confused:


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Apr 11, 2011 11:21 |  #786

Lukich wrote in post #12199914 (external link)
Ditto. That exactly was my reasoning in getting TSE 24 in addition to 14 mm, instead of TSE 17. Same thoughts and intentions in regards to filters too. I am not happy with open front element as well. I guess, I might end up owning all three lenses in a future. I am still puzzled. :confused:

Well, 14 and 17 are very close. It's a lot easier to sell your 14 and then get the 17 TS.




  
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Apr 11, 2011 11:57 |  #787

jdizzle wrote in post #12200196 (external link)
Well, 14 and 17 are very close. It's a lot easier to sell your 14 and then get the 17 TS.

I have the 14L MkII and actually find many situations where the 17 still isn't wide enough or for when I don't want to start stitching shots together to make a pano. For many landscape and interior architecture type shots, the 14 still holds a very valid spot in my lens line up.

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Apr 11, 2011 14:06 |  #788

The Ghost of FM wrote in post #12200416 (external link)
I have the 14L MkII and actually find many situations where the 17 still isn't wide enough or for when I don't want to start stitching shots together to make a pano. For many landscape and interior architecture type shots, the 14 still holds a very valid spot in my lens line up.

Cheers!

I'm sure 14mm is helpful when needed. It's the reason why I have the Nikon 14-24. :)




  
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Apr 11, 2011 23:09 |  #789

haha ya, the 14mm is stupidly useful at times. And I did try to learn how to use just this lens with my walkabout setup. I can fill a lot of subjects inside a frame without people knowing it.

I would love to get the 14-24 and use an adaptor for my canon bodies. But then again I won't get AF, which I might be better off using a TS-E 17 with tilt shift functionalities. At 14-24, I probably use 14mm most of the time. So getting a 14mm with AF works out better for my case. Best would of course to use them on a nikon body. I know some landscape photogs get 1 just for this lens.


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Apr 12, 2011 09:12 |  #790

The 14-24 is totally worth any and all trouble it takes to use, highly recommend it!


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Apr 12, 2011 09:42 as a reply to  @ LamontSanders's post |  #791

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Apr 17, 2011 19:01 |  #792

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Apr 17, 2011 19:50 |  #793

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Beautiful scene Anatoliy. :)




  
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Apr 17, 2011 19:56 |  #794

Thank you, Julian. It was really beautiful morning. I am glad I was able to catch this moment.


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Apr 20, 2011 05:28 as a reply to  @ Lukich's post |  #795

Shot on a balmy evening yesterday. Processed in Silver Effex Pro. Shot with a Canon 1Ds2 and a 24mm TS-E Mk2

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