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I just picked up a canon t3i and have a glidecam coming in the mail. Now I'm trying to get a good wide angle fallow cam lens. I'm thinking its between the Sigma 10-20mm or the Canon 10-18mm has anyone used ether or both of these? I can't decide what one to get. Thanks for the help ns.
What's your budget like?
Do you want a wide angle or fish eye?
I'm not a huge fan of the sigma 10-20, I think it has way too much distortion. The cabin 10-18 hasn't really impressed me either.
The tokina 11-16 or 12-24 are both superior lenses IMO.
If you want a fisheye look, get the rokinon 8mm.
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I can get ether one for 250$ with a filter. My buddy has the canon 10-18 but I saw that other o e with a lot of good reviews too. :/
Not a fan of the Sigma, I had a buddy with one of them a while back and it is OK but he sold it and got the Tokina 11-16 which he was much happier with. If price is an issue either be patient or do some serious internet searching. I got my 11-16 for $230, just have to get lucky.
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