This could get expensive

My brother has just left me with a Sigma 12-24 lens that he’s rented for a few days for work. Having had a quick play with it, I might have to go and buy one of my own, especially if I can rent it back to him to reduce the cost a bit. The big question is do I get the Sigma 12-24 which will work on any camera, or the Sigma 10-20 which is £100 or so cheaper, but will only work on APS-C sized sensors?

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7 Responses to This could get expensive

  1. Steve says:

    Be a devil and buy both.

  2. matt says:

    12-24
    I have one. :)

    currently I am actually loving my 28 f1.8 though :)

  3. Simon says:

    I’d get the 10-20

  4. Father says:

    I’d much rather have a 4/3 rds mount 100 – 500!

  5. Steve says:

    I’d be happy if i could find a spark plug spanner to fit my motorbike.

  6. rjw says:

    The 10-20 is looking to the the current favourite, partly because it saves me enough to buy half of a 30/1.4 as well :)

  7. grant says:

    I don’t even have a digital SLR (yet). :-)

    Maybe when I learn to take good photos.

    I’ve found limits to what the camera I have can do in the woods, but part of it is user error.