Hey, I have for the past week drowned myself in reviews of a wide range of lenses, and started to stare myself blind in what to pick, so I thought i would ask here to get a living persons opinion and interaction instead of all the dry reviews. I am a spare time photographer/cinematographer and I started to get more into landscape and astrophotography, so i was looking for something good for that and still be okay for shooting video. My budget is around 1000 euro, so I ended up looking at the these three lenses, Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 Tamron 15-30mm f/2.8 My first thought was I would buy both Rokinons, but I recently found the Tamron and was thinking it would maybe be better to buy that lens instead of both the Rokinons, since it has auto focus, image stabilization and is in the same focal length range as both Rokinons, I know the 24mm can take in alot more light but from what I'v seen the 14mm Rokinon does a pretty good job aswell, I just havent found many astro examples from the Tamron, so I was thinking how well it does with aberrations compared to the rokinons as I'v heard the Canon versions does a pretty bad job at it. And i was wondering what people here thinks about these three or have suggestions to other lenses. My current gear: Canon 5D Mark II Canon 24-105 f/4 L Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Thanks for reading this, and your help.