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Jan 18, 2010 14:03 as a reply to  @ post 9345945 |  #2536

Fantastic images. I picked mine up 3 weeks ago and I absolutely love this lens.


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Jan 18, 2010 15:13 as a reply to  @ post 9416273 |  #2537

Hi,

just to point something out: it seems there are 2 Sigmas 10-20. The f/4-5.6 and the more expensive f/3.5. I've seen no clear distinction on this thread between the two, not to speak of the fact that it (the thread) is about the f/4-5.6. Yet, for the low-light/night photos, the "f" difference might have played a role.

And one more thing: it seems to me that the f/3.5 has a FF mount - like a Canon EF lens. So all guys who have one and switch to, say, a 5D, could actually keep on using it - that is, if I'm right.


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Jan 18, 2010 15:30 |  #2538

Thor_50D wrote in post #9419681 (external link)
Hi,

just to point something out: it seems there are 2 Sigmas 10-20. The f/4-5.6 and the more expensive f/3.5. I've seen no clear distinction on this thread between the two, not to speak of the fact that it (the thread) is about the f/4-5.6. Yet, for the low-light/night photos, the "f" difference might have played a role.

And one more thing: it seems to me that the f/3.5 has a FF mount - like a Canon EF lens. So all guys who have one and switch to, say, a 5D, could actually keep on using it - that is, if I'm right.

this thread is for the f4-5.6 version

this thread is for the f3.5 version: https://photography-on-the.net …=712961&highlig​ht=10-20mm

i don't know if too many people own that version...from what i've seen it isn't really any better than the old version

both of the lenses have an EF mount, so they can be mounted to a FF camera, but I imagine both will vignette at 10mm...eventually that'd go away though...i don't really see the f3.5 making much of a difference if you shoot at 10mm most of the time...also it's fairly easy to handhold UWA lenses at slow shutter speeds


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Jan 18, 2010 15:33 |  #2539

I'm guessing people that are posting have the 4-5.6 since this is the thread....


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Jan 18, 2010 17:21 |  #2540

DreDaze wrote in post #9419803 (external link)
this thread is for the f4-5.6 version

both of the lenses have an EF mount, so they can be mounted to a FF camera,

I believe you're wrong: see product code * B&H # SI102045DCAF (http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …0_20mm_f_4_5_6_​EX_DC.html (external link)) on the B&H site and the special note there. The note says: Not compatible with 35mm or digital cameras with larger image sensor than APS-C size.

The reason I said the other S(W)igma might be different is, this specific note is not present in its desacription. It would seem logical that Sigma manufactured a newer model that is more universally compatible.


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Jan 18, 2010 17:32 |  #2541

Thor_50D wrote in post #9420534 (external link)
I believe you're wrong: see product code * B&H # SI102045DCAF (http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …0_20mm_f_4_5_6_​EX_DC.html (external link)) on the B&H site and the special note there. The note says: Not compatible with 35mm or digital cameras with larger image sensor than APS-C size.

The reason I said the other S(W)igma might be different is, this specific note is not present in its desacription. It would seem logical that Sigma manufactured a newer model that is more universally compatible.


they both aren't designed for FF 35mm cameras(the DC in the name denotes for digital cameras or crops)...that's why i said they'd vignette until about 14mm or so...i've put my 10-20mm on my Elan 7e...it will fit on all the canon EOS cameras...it's just that the image circle is designed for 1.6Crops...so you'll see heavy vignetting until you back the lens off a bit

edit:see this post as an example: https://photography-on-the.net …?p=8268209&post​count=2019

if you want ultra wide on a FF camera without vignetting then the sigma 12-24mm is your lens


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Jan 19, 2010 00:11 |  #2542

I am sure I have said it several times in other threads before but I could only imagine how wide and awesome the 12-24 would be on a full frame :O

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Jan 19, 2010 15:41 |  #2543

great shot Scott111184
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Jan 19, 2010 18:06 as a reply to  @ omer's post |  #2544

Nightshot with my 10-20 at 10mm, f/11, ISO 400, 20 sek, slightly cropped, PP in PS.


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Jan 22, 2010 08:34 as a reply to  @ post 9416273 |  #2545

anyone have pics of cars using this lens?




  
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Jan 22, 2010 08:42 |  #2546

ProD1gy_KiD wrote in post #9446751 (external link)
anyone have pics of cars using this lens?

Like this?

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Jan 22, 2010 08:42 |  #2547

ProD1gy_KiD wrote in post #9446751 (external link)
anyone have pics of cars using this lens?

I have a few in this thread:
https://photography-on-the.net …?p=5899904&post​count=1268
https://photography-on-the.net …hp?p=1857531&po​stcount=58

I know there's more floating around somewhere. On a 1.6x, this lens is great for rolling shots!


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Jan 22, 2010 09:10 |  #2548

Leex70 wrote in post #9446780 (external link)
Like this?
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more please.. lol

syntrix wrote in post #9446781 (external link)
I have a few in this thread:
https://photography-on-the.net …?p=5899904&post​count=1268
https://photography-on-the.net …hp?p=1857531&po​stcount=58

I know there's more floating around somewhere. On a 1.6x, this lens is great for rolling shots!

yes i know but im just too lazy to scroll in through 100+ pages just to look for car pics. im debating towards this or a canon 10-22mm and since im going to do maybe more car photography+urban photography. i wanna know which one performs best (low light,sharpness etc.) i am looking towards purchasing a UWA in the near future and im still gathering my information towards the 2 lens. I saw one for cheap locally and i might go for this one (sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6)




  
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Jan 22, 2010 09:45 |  #2549

Finally chose a uwa lens and it's been shipped and on it's way to me now. Woohoo!!

It was quite the choice between the tokina 11-16, 12-24 and the canon 10-22. This wasn't even in the running until I actually did some research on it. This thread sealed the deal.

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Jan 22, 2010 15:02 |  #2550

ProD1gy_KiD wrote in post #9446939 (external link)
more please.. lol


yes i know but im just too lazy to scroll in through 100+ pages just to look for car pics. im debating towards this or a canon 10-22mm and since im going to do maybe more car photography+urban photography. i wanna know which one performs best (low light,sharpness etc.) i am looking towards purchasing a UWA in the near future and im still gathering my information towards the 2 lens. I saw one for cheap locally and i might go for this one (sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6)

Well it isnt a car, (i just realize i did'nt shoot enough cars..:rolleyes:) but i just wanted to let the world know giant seqoya's (the most right) do not only grow in the USA.... this lens keeps surprising me. It sure isnt a 10-22 canon, but its about 60% of its price also. With some sharpening (not always needed) pictures come out really good!

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