Joined Nov 2010
Post edited over 4 years ago by memoriesoftomorrow.
Joined Feb 2011
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Joined Mar 2011
I have a friend who used it for a little while, she liked it well enough and did some pretty sweet stuff with it. Honestly, if you already have the 45 i wouldn't bother.
Joined Sep 2008
Location: South Australia
interesting... Peter, i was thinking of wider and not narrower.. meaning... the 24 and not the 90... hmmhmmm..
AIPP Accredited (Australia), WPJA
Joined Aug 2008
Location: Not enough minerals.
24mm tse is best used for landscapes. the 45 tse is the most versatile/general purpose tse lenses and the 90 tse is a bit more specialized/sensitive to use in terms of the effect: narrow 85L kind of feel but is best used for product/macro photography like watches, jewlery etc.
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Joined Nov 2005
Location: Sydney Australia
Dec 17, 2012 03:42 as a reply to @ c2thew's post |
Has anyone use a 24mm on a crop body to get ~45mm on full frame?! That is, can you have the best of both worlds? (as long as you have both a crop & full frame camera)