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DingoSeanBut I don't want to be poor :(
It's like $2100 vs $600 lol.
ski.the.east#3, I agree with eheath switching would be a p.i.t.a.
or what about #4 ... get an adapter and use the canon 17 on your Nikon body? Maybe I'm weird but I have a Sony body and shoot both Nikon/Canon glass and its never been an issue
eheathCanon lenses do not work on Nikon, canons flang distance is larger.
zbphotoTilt shift is great, but how often do you really need wider than 24mm. I dont want to say do it digitally, but you can correct distortion and post and it works pretty well for that 'one time' you need to bust out a 17mm that isn't a TS. I don't think you need to run two systems that just seems like a waste of money.
Laurent.Become a high-end male escort, buy Alpa gear.
DingoSeanIs my beard worthy of "High-End?
Laurent.There's probably a niche for beardy guys. I know there's a category for bisexual double amputee woodworkers with vitiligo and a masters degree in accounting, everyone has their fetish.
p.hawksMaybe try renting a 17mm and a Canon body for a shoot. See if it is something you will actually use vs just lust over. It would be a shame to get rid of a system you like or to waste money on something and then realize that you don't need it.