I am looking at purchasing a dslr with a wide angle lens.
Currently looking at a Nikon d3100 with a sigma 10-10mm lens.
I am an estate agent but i am fed up with poor photographs of interior rooms of property's with half the room missing (currently using a digital compact).
I realise there is only so much the camera and lens can do and i will need the right settings to be setup, but i am looking to achieve a result where i can show as much of the room as possible with a high quality image (Not a fisheye lens)
I guess i am just looking for some advice before making the purchase, if anybody else has any other ideas or thinks this would be the right way to go that would be great.
Also i have been told it would be worth investing in a tripod to get the best results possible and have it set to around chest height?
Thanks for your help
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