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Pentax K110D and Sigma 17-35mm F2.8-4 EX DG

Hi there, hope you can help me.
I just bought ne lens Sigma 17-35mm F2.8-4 EX DG for my DSLR Pentax K110D hoping to get right lens for right camera. Lens fits perfectly its made for Pentax mount, but after taking couple shots they look exactly same like on my standard Pentax lens SMC DA 18-55mm. Can some please explain to me why wide angle Sigma lens is not giving me maximum of 103 angle view?

Kind regards,

engram

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  • engram Dec 01, 2008

    thx m8. it was a sensor problem :) that lens was not for DSLR cameras

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The Penta K110D has a 1.5X crop factor so a 17mm lense would be the equivalent to 25.5mm (in 35mm standard), therefore may not give you a 103 angle view. You would not really notice that much difference between 17 and 18mm.

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