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  1. #1
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    Rokinon and 7100

    Any of you guys using the Rokinon 14mm on d7100
    Landscapes maybe star shots when I get into it
    Also going to Las Vagas later in the year and would like to get some night city shots


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    Re: Rokinon and 7100

    the only person i know on here that has that lens (D800 camera though) is @Scott Murray and he takes impressive star shots with it. You should check his shots out for some info settings?
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    Re: Rokinon and 7100

    I used one on my D750 for a while. Very sharp lens.


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    Re: Rokinon and 7100

    Thanks Roy , yes I've seen Scotts pictures and always impressed
    The quality shots that he gets is the reason I'm considering the Rokinon
    just wondered if any disadvantages using it on a crop camera

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    Re: Rokinon and 7100

    Quote Originally Posted by Skwaz View Post
    Thanks Roy , yes I've seen Scotts pictures and always impressed
    The quality shots that he gets is the reason I'm considering the Rokinon
    just wondered if any disadvantages using it on a crop camera

    It is a manual focus lens but you probably know that by now. That 14mm lens becomes a effective 21mm lens on your D7100. That is pretty wide for some of the shots you are wanting to get. you probably have a 18-55 or a 18 to something in your kit now. I would think you would be a lot happier with something like the Tokina 11-16 2.8 It is a lot wider, it is auto-focus and it is just as fast.

    I have one for my D7100 and missed it a lot once I got my D750. That is when I got my Rokinon 14mm. Great lens but I saved up and got a Tokina 16-28 FX lens which is close to the 11-16 on a DX camera. That is the lens I use the most.
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