Wide angle lenses: Sigma vs Tamron vs Tokina
So I'm after a wide angle lens for my D3300. Mostly for Landscape but would also like to use for taking pictures of interiors (work related) and architectural. I've been looking that the Sigma 10 - 20, which seems to be reasonably well received but then so does both the Tamron 10 - 24 and Tokina 11 - 16. Just wondering if anyone on here has any opinions or thoughts on any of the above?
I'm leaning towards the Sigma, mainly on account of my thinking that it may be a decent compromise between the versatility of the Tamron - with it's larger focal range, and the Tokina - with a much smaller focal range, but I'm guessing that this would be made up by increased IQ?
Not sure if my logic is quite right in this so any thoughts on any of the above - or indeed any other alternatives that I may have missed - would be greatly appreciated.
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