Sat 16-Jul-11 09:23 PM | edited Sat 16-Jul-11 09:33 PM by J_Harris
>>Does taking pictures at short distances at 10mm give a slight fish-eye effect? > >Most super-wide lenses produce some barrel distortion at their wider focal lengths. This could be viewed as a very mild form of the "fisheye effect", >but a true fisheye will give a far more exaggerated result. >>
I finally found some time to play with my new 10-24DX today. This time even with the other buildings preventing me from backing up I was able to get our entire county courthouse in the frame using 12-15mm.
This is really a interesting lens. At 10-15mm, just raising or lowering the focus point slightly gives a completely different perspective because of the extreme convex lens design. But, I'm sure all you 10-24 owners already know this.
If you haven't tried a super-wide lens you should, it's very entertaining and challenging.