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WingSpan

Gainesville, US
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WingSpan Basic Member
Mon 15-Oct-01 03:24 PM

I have for some time been planning to add a Nikkor 24mm lens to my kit. I like the angle of view I get from a 24mm, from previous use of one. However I see a LOT of people using the 20 mm as what seems to be a new standard in what a true wide angle lens should be.

So my question is, why would you choose a 24mm over a 20mm, or a 20mm over a 24mm? Yes, I know I could buy a 17-35 AF-S and call it a day, but let's figure out how wide I truly need to have before I triple the budget for a single lens!

Thanks!

WingSpan

Richard

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