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Before there was digital photography one would have said you should get a lens without visible distortion and for serious things TS/PC(tilt shift, perspective control). Nowadays any wideangle will do just fine since you can use various programs to correct distortions etc. That's my opinion.


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Hello kronie19, and welcome to the friendly Camera Labs forum!

Do you want to show the whole room or "just" details/sections?
For the whole room a extra wide-angle lens/zoom is a must :idea:
Any lighting problem can be solved with a tripod :)

Btw. I moved your post to the "Architecture and urban landscape photography" section as your Q is independent from the camera manufacturer.

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"Any lighting problem can be solved with a tripod :)"

I would still need good lighting wouldn't I? Or will a slower shutter speed take care of that?


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The first and foremost problem with interior shots ids to have enough light. And a point source like a flash is not going to be a good/easy solution. Hence my reference to a tripod!

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