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preview: Sigma AF 19mm f/2.8 EX DN
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http://photozone.smugmug.com/Reviews/sigma19f28dn
#2
[quote name='Klaus' timestamp='1359893950' post='21724']

http://photozone.smugmug.com/Reviews/sigma30f28dn

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Hi Klaus,

Slight woopsie, link to the 19mm F2.8 goes to the same page as the 30mm 2.8.



Dave's clichés
Dave's clichés
#3
[quote name='dave's clichés' timestamp='1359910724' post='21727']

Hi Klaus,

Slight woopsie, link to the 19mm F2.8 goes to the same page as the 30mm 2.8.

Dave's clichés

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[color="#0000FF"][url="http://photozone.smugmug.com/Reviews/sigma19f28dn/27841564_ZHf9PP#!i=2348496199&k=JFknhxt"]....the blue mountains? at 19mm :-)....[color="#00BFFF"]or not :-([/color][/url][/color]
#4
Thanks, soLong and Dave. I also corrected the link in Klaus' initial post.



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#5
[quote name='Klaus' timestamp='1359893950' post='21724']

http://photozone.smugmug.com/Reviews/sigma19f28dn

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Are these shots of the Blue Mountains just north of Sydney? If so, I look forward to being there in around 6 weeks as part of my trip to OZ and NZ south island.
#6
[quote name='HarryLally' timestamp='1359917184' post='21733']

Are these shots of the Blue Mountains just north of Sydney? If so, I look forward to being there in around 6 weeks as part of my trip to OZ and NZ south island.

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Yes, these are images taken on a 4 hour hike around Wentworth Falls.
#7
[quote name='Klaus' timestamp='1359893950' post='21724']

[url="http://photozone.smugmug.com/Reviews/sigma19f28dn"]http://photozone.smu...ws/sigma19f28dn[/url]

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Hi Klaus



Thanks, but where are the Kangaroos? You move to the Kangaroos and no pictures of Kangaroos, that's a bit poor <img src='http://forum.photozone.de/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Wink' />



Nice CA in the corners. What did you use to process these files? I assume the samples are from RAW?



I llok forward to your review.



Joachim
enjoy
#8
[quote name='joachim' timestamp='1359929598' post='21738']

Hi Klaus



Thanks, but where are the Kangaroos? You move to the Kangaroos and no pictures of Kangaroos, that's a bit poor [Image: wink.gif]



Nice CA in the corners. What did you use to process these files? I assume the samples are from RAW?



I llok forward to your review.



Joachim

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well, so far we experienced Kangaroos only in the form of filet steaks. [Image: biggrin.gif]



The RAWs were processed via C1 7.
#9
I like 19mm FOV so much better then 30.



It's a pity Sigma 19 is not up to 30 in quality department.
#10
[quote name='Doroga' timestamp='1359980527' post='21757']

I like 19mm FOV so much better then 30.



It's a pity Sigma 19 is not up to 30 in quality department.

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WA lenses, never reach the quality of standard or telephoto lenses. All lenses meant for precision imaging flat objects (e.g. reproduction type work) are std lenses or small telephotos. It's just so much easier to get good corners.



Joachim
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