|Posted: Fri Nov 18, 2016 2:42 pm Post subject: Sigma 30mm 2.8 or Minolta MC/MD+Focal reducer???
I am using a Sony A6000 body with both the Sony SEL50/1.8 and a Minolta 50/1.7. I am happy with the results of both lenses, but I am looking for a bit of wider angle to be used for indoor family shots (low light).
Which one you suggest me to go with:
- Sigma E mount AF 30mm 2.8 DN ($150 USD, used).
- A Focal reducer for my Minolta 50 mm (1.7 & 1.4) ($100-150 USD).
The ease of Sigma AF is quite interesting, specially for taking photos of kids playing and for some people who are not patient enough. However, with the focal reducer, I was wondering of having a faster lens and shallower DOF with creamy bokeh for portraits, and more fun to play with.
Which one do you find better for indoor shots?
Any general advice will be much appreciated.