Well I've just purchased my D90 together with 18-200mmVRII,
yet to get my hands on it, should arrive tomorrow .
Now I had planned on getting a another couple of lens to make up my kit.
I'm after something I can use for family shots which will be of a 2yr old and a new born
due in Sept. Can handle low light indoor stuff, nice DOF with decent bokeh characteristics.
I also want something that can be used as a good landscape lens.
Reason being, we're heading to Kununurra in a month and will do an overnighter
at the bungle bungles! woohoo sunset/stars/sunrise opportunity.
Should be fullish moon around that time too.
Plus we will do a 30 min chopper flight around the rocks as well, will prob be between
mid morning and lunchtime.
I have narrowed my choices down to either Tokina 12-24 f4 or Sigma 10-20mm f3.5
from the samples I have seen and what I have read.
Can't afford too much so I need to compromise.
f3.5 and f4 seem a good start for what I want to do.
f2.8 would be nice in the 11-16 Tonkina but not enough range for my liking and I think I'll
be disappointed and wanting more.
I'd prob preffer the Sigma 10-20mm as it will give me that wider end.
So any advice on my choice or have I totally missed the mark!
I'm also looking at a 35mm f2.8
50mm f1.8 or 50mm f1.4 (twice the $) to finish of my range of glass
and that will be it for a fair time!