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jayswift Registered since 02nd Dec 2005Tue 13-Dec-05 01:49 AM
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"wide angle"


yonkers, US
          

jayswift

hi all i am new with
the dslr world i just bought a d50
and i love it now that im geting good with shooting im trying to pick i good wide angle lens thats not alot of money mybe someone
can help me out.



d50
sb600
18/55
70/200
50mm

jayswift

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lucas2840 Registered since 11th Mar 2004Tue 13-Dec-05 02:04 AM
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Omaha, US
          

Well, I just got my D50 last Friday, but I've been shooting digital for a while so hopefully my suggestion is usefull. You might consider the Tokina 12-24mm lens, it costs around $499 at B&H photo and from what I've read its suppose to be a very good lens. It's what I've got my eye on for a wide angle lens anyway.

D50
24-120mm VR ED Lens
80-200mm f/2.8 2 touch
18-70mm DX ED Lens
60mm f/2.8 Micro Nikkor
SB-600 x 2/SU-800/SB-800

  

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avm247 Moderator Awarded for high skills in documentary architecture and aviation photography Charter MemberTue 13-Dec-05 03:48 AM
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Rancho Cordova, US
          

From the images I have seen with the Tokina 12-24, I think you will be very happy.

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jayswift Registered since 02nd Dec 2005Tue 13-Dec-05 09:46 PM
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yonkers, US
          

jayswift

thanks for the info you are a good man
god bless i will look in to it . i will let you know how i make out i live in b&h. its 10 min from my house if you live in ny or if you visit its a must go to place its big vey big thay have it all 35.000
sq ft and soon it will be 70.000 sq ft two floors


thanks again

jayswift

  

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