Ok, please no hatin'. I know what you're gonna say. But, before you say it, hear me out... A guy on craigslist was selling a Tamron 19-35mm lens. I have been thinking of getting a wider angle lens, but before I drop a ton of money I wanted to be sure I'd use it. (I borrowed a fisheye lens once and quickly realized that it was fun, but not worth it for my photos at this point.) So, when I saw this on craigslist for $20 I couldn't pass it up. It could be a wide angle test drive, if you will. If it was crap, I could use it on my film camera. If it was complete crap, all I lost was $20. So, after a cleaning and removal of the UV filter, it's actually not complete crap. Sure, compared to the Nikon 14-24 it's not as fast, not as wide, not as sharp, and it has a decent amount of distortion, but for about 1% of the price, not too bad. This is a 4-photo panorama at sunset last night. I did some PP in Lightroom, then they were stitched in Photoshop. You be the judge if it was worth $20. If you want to see a larger version, you can view it here. C&C always welcome!