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Canon EF-S 10-22 vs. EF 16-35

 
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Mar 15, 2018 22:14 |  #16

I don't know abut prices, but the 16-35f4 is definitely sharper than the 2.8II across the frame. Of course the 2.8 was favored by indoor event photographers for the 2.8 which you can use to get a shallow DOF for close shots of table dressings and the like.

I haven't used the 2.8II, but I suspect it will be quite good at f8 compared to the 10-22, and decent enough away from the corners at larger apertures, which while certainly decent and good enough for most, is closer to the 17-40 f4 in IQ (but better in the corners at smaller apertures.

So depends a bit on what you want to shoot and how picky you are, but for an all-around UWA, I think you would like the 2.8II. It's going to be a lot bigger and heavier than the 10-22 though.


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Mar 15, 2018 23:29 |  #17

I've sold my 80D & 10-22 so I'm no longer on the hunt for a crop sensor UWA. I think the Tamron 10-24 is probably one of the newer generation UWA crop sensor lenses to look at for a Canon.

The 16-35 f/4 is probably one of the best bangs for the buck for a new generation Canon zoom lens. The files had very similar render as my 24-70L f/2.8mk2 and 70-200 f/2.8IS mk2.

I'll fully agree that the images look "better" with the f/4IS version over my f/2.8 mk2. With the 5dmk4 the image quality actually went up a bit in a cleaner sharper file probably due to a tad more resolution than my 5dmk3.

The difference here is 1 stop of extra light with the 16-35 f/2.8mk2 over the f/4IS version.

The bokeh when shooting wide open using either f/4IS or f/2.8 mk2 is substantially smoother over the 10-22.


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Mar 15, 2018 23:41 |  #18

EF-S 10-22mm was the first EF-S lens that people were amazed by it's IQ. Usually sharper than the 17-40mm L of the era.
Based on that, I understand the reticence to find it's equal in an affordable lens.

Rest assured the EF 16-35 f/4L IS is a big improvement over it's older sibling, and the 10-22mm. You will not be disappointed.


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Mar 16, 2018 00:43 |  #19

Right now I'm heavily favoring the 16-35 f/4 IS not only because of many great reviews but also because I've invested the Lee filter system around 77mm. Thanks everyone for your input.



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Mar 22, 2018 23:42 |  #20

Just received the 16-35 f/4 today and went for some test shots. Really liking the lens! :



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Mar 23, 2018 08:00 as a reply to  @ SYS's post |  #21

Nice, SYS. Is that Garden of the Gods?


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Mar 23, 2018 10:40 |  #22

mcoren wrote in post #18592204 (external link)
Nice, SYS. Is that Garden of the Gods?

Yes, it sure is. :-)



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May 04, 2018 17:44 |  #23

I use the EF-S 10-22 a fair amount. But thinking of moving to the EF 11-24mm f/4L.


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