Resized to view barrel and pincushion distortion, as well as overall FOV. Both lenses handle wide-end distortion quite well with the edge to the Tokie (although it's not completely comparable since one is at 10mm and the other 12mm). Pincushioning is very close with the edge to the Tokie again. Also, you can see how big a difference there is between 10mm (EX) and 12mm (DX). As I swapped the lenses back and forth countless times during my testing, looking through my VF the DX always seemed so much more "restricted" at 12mm vis-a-vis the EX at 10mm. That doesn't mean 12mm on a 1.6x body isn't wide because it is! It only means that 10mm is "significantly" wider (16mm v 19.2mm in 35mm terms).