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Masters, just a quick question about these lenses, I'm still trying to figure out which one would be the best pick for these lenses. if you guys can share a little bit info about these lenses like the pros and cons, and the image quality for the cropped(if its good) and full frame one's i would appreciate the help. thanks in advance! ;D

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Dito ko na lang ilalagay query ko. :)

Yung 10-17 po ba ng tokina is ok for cropped bodies?
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The Canon 15mm 2.8 Full frame fisheye will work as designed (180 degrees diagonal) on your 5D2. On a 1.6 Crop, it will be equivalent to a 12mm rectilinear lens if defished. The Tokina 10-17 has to be modified to work on your 5D2. Please go to this link http://www.360pano.de/en/tokina-sigma-nikon.html

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i have the tokina 10-17 and it is a good fisheye coz it somehow zooms a bit.
i have used it a lot of times and towards the 17mm range, the fisheye effect
slowly disappears and looks more like a wide angle lens

** btw i think this is for cropped bodies


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