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Test : Tokina 10-17mm fisheye (en francais and english)

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Seb Huruguen says:

Hello everyone i'm a french Tokina user since it release in 2007, i actually use it on a 1D mark II body, but i've used it on a 400D body too.

So here is a personnal artical / test written in french about the Tokina 10-17 fisheye and the other fisheye lens, a review of the fisheye possibilities for DSL-R with small sensors...

Here it is in french : destroyteam.free.fr/test-tokina.php

Here is the google translate english version : translate.google.fr/translate?u=http://destroyteam.free.f...







Seb Huruguen - www.huruguen.eu
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brawny haircut [deleted] says:

Examples are fascinating. I can see hood on your full frame. Is this how my DA 10-17mm fisheye zoom pictures will look on a full frame pentax body sometimes soon?!

thank you, I'll keep APS-C sized sensor body for now.

The lenses are identical by the depth of field, their optical quality, their strong CA as well.




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Seb Huruguen says:

Yes, but the 1D mark II is not full frame, it's APS-H sensor (x1.3), between APS-C (x1.6) and full frame (x1) sensor size.
It's the 1Ds and 5D witch are full frame sensors.

On my 1D i've to zoom between 12 and 13mm focal if i don't want to see the sun hood in the pictures, it's logical. That's what i show on the second pictures.
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Joseph Bergdoll says:

Because the 1D sensor is bigger you're seeing the lens hood at 10mm... you still get the same distortion at 12mm on a APS-H that you would at 10mm on a APS-C. If you put it on a full frame body, hypothetically you should get the same amount of distortion with no hood at 16mm.
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