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asked by PeeArrow on March 24, 2010
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no, 10-24 will do a great job for you. jb
Manthano answered on May 31, 2010
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you cant go wrong with the 10-24. It is sharp as a tack and takes beautiful pictures. where are you shooting uw?
jb
Manthano answered on June 24, 2010
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DG & john, I ended up with the Signma 10-20mm. It has been perfect for what I need, takes great photos without any unwanted distortion (the corners do stretch at 10mm, especially for architectural shots), but I think that's somewhat normal at 10mm), and it does autofocus with the D60 - not to mention has a lower price than the nikkor. I'm no pro photographer though. I would suggest you read the reviews for both lenses here on amazon, they steered me in the right direction.
PeeArrow answered on June 25, 2010
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I also have a D60 and plan to use the Nikkor 10-24 in my underwater shooting - what do y'all think?
The Tokina 10-17 is out because of no AF compatability with the D60.
divergal
Erin O'Neill answered on June 24, 2010
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yep. I am going to amend my advice and recommend the Tokina 11-16 2.8. This gets excellent reviews and is faster than the others for low light shooting such as UW. I shot with the 10-24 such subjects as a gilded church. It came out spectacular. All in all, if money is not an issue, it is a tossup between the nikon and tokina. I switched to fx format and now use the nikon 12-24. It's a monster. BTW, another great option for the Nikon DX is the great 18-200 zoom.
Manthano answered on June 25, 2010
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