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PostPosted: Fri Sep 04, 2009 9:17 am 
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10mm vs 17mm is a lot more than 2mm, and you will definitely notice it.

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Ahh yes im forgetting to multiply the 17 by 1.6x crop factor lol, thanks


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Just a small correction: On a Nikon DX body the crop factor is 1.5x so the 10mm behaves like a 15mm on full frame.
With one word: crazy :shock:

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