« on: October 16, 2014, 10:12:01 AM »
Sounds amazing...but I can only image what this puppy is going to cost. More than my car, I suspect.
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Thanks for the review, Dustin! It would be nice to see a comparison versus the EF-M 55-200 if you get the chance. Granted it's not sold natively in the US, but sourcing it from Canada is easy enough. It is interesting how quickly the Tamron gets to f/5.6 (near 50mm) and see how that stacks up against Canon's 55-200. Given how small the EF-M 18-55 is, carrying an extra lens for the M system is not as large a penalty compared to FF.
Dustin, very effective use of the 14mm FL, nice compositions. Thanks for sharing. I find 14 mm challenging on FF cameras.
Always hitting us with really good (and much needed) reviews, thank you for that!
And awesome tie
Thanks for the review, Dustin.
I'm on the market for a wide angle landscape lens that could double as an astro/starscape lens, and this filter holder would make the Samyang 14/2.8 a great candidate for it. Do you have any info about the pricing? I saw some for sale in Italy on ebay at 229€, which i think is just too much for just the filter holder.
Yup! Lovely shot Dustin. The trouble is they do not stay this size for long...(doleful)
Hard to resist those eyes!
I have one question. I am serious as I don't know. Who needs f2.8 lens in a uwa lens?
what type of photography needs more open lenses?
I always thought uwa are for more landscape photography. I always thought that smaller apertures are better for landscape.
If the f4 lens is so good who would want the f2.8 lens.
I hate review like this. It always push me to get one, even though I don't have a need for UWA yet.I just have to copy that. (Dylan, thanks for letting me )
Awesome as always Dustin
I was out the last days in the forest with my 17-40 to get more used to UWA. If I was to... oh, my...
The only thing keeping me from going for this piece of glass is that I have other desires, too.
Thank you for this really good and informative review.
Just one point of criticism:
"• Not incredibly exciting?? " Where did you get this idea:
A really sharp, fantastic UWA with IS, good looking Bokeh and star bursts and you call it "not exciting" (even with those question marks)