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Tokina 14-20mm f/2.0 AT-X Pro DX Lens for Nikon or Canon

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Adorama.com has Tokina 14-20mm f/2.0 AT-X Pro DX Lens for Nikon or Canon on sale for $399. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian & maddog7

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2.0 isn't meaningful for interior shots... so not really sure what you mean. Maybe you meant the 10-14 part...
What I mean is what I said. A person that buys this may choose to give up the 10-14mm range to gain an extra two stops by buying this lense as opposed to say the Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6. Someone who shoots outdoors (as in landscapes) would not make this substitution since during the day you're generally trying to fight overexposure and at night, you're using long exposure and that 10-14mm range adds drama. Someone who shoots indoors (such as architecture, real estate, or group photos) WOULD make this substitution as they're generally fighting for light when suitable and properly positioned natural light is hard to come by and the extreme distortion in the 10-14mm range is undesirable, or that range is unnecessary and easy to give up
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Don't need one, but I would probably go for this refurb straight from Tokina USA. Has a 90 day warranty so if it does;'t work out, return it. Gives a little more on the low end, and has a wider range, I've read its a good lens.

$360 Refurbished – 11-20MM F/2.8 PRO DX
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Thank you for posting this!
Does this lens use an EF mount? Too lazy to see if someone else already asked this question. Smilie
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What I mean is what I said. A person that buys this may choose to give up the 10-14mm range to gain an extra two stops by buying this lense as opposed to say the Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6. Someone who shoots outdoors (as in landscapes) would not make this substitution since during the day you're generally trying to fight overexposure and at night, you're using long exposure and that 10-14mm range adds drama. Someone who shoots indoors (such as architecture, real estate, or group photos) WOULD make this substitution as they're generally fighting for light when suitable and properly positioned natural light is hard to come by and the extreme distortion in the 10-14mm range is undesirable, or that range is unnecessary and easy to give up
the only reason you'd want the extra stops would be for astro... .with landscapes and interior you generally shoot on a tripod stopped down. like you mentioned however, this is a bit wide for interiors shots in general...
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The Sigma 10-20mm with a constant aperture f/3.5 is another great alternative. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...gJqnvD_BwE
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