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Mike ­ Bell
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Here are a couple of my first shots with an EF-S 10-22 lens on a 350D. I like this lens but there is distortion at the widest end - 10mm which is where it was set for both of these. The second has been cropped top and bottom. C&C welcome.

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1/160sec, f8, 10mm, ISO 100

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1/250sec, f9, 10mm, ISO 100

Post #1, Jan 28, 2006 16:11:20


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I have been thinking about getting this lens. I need a good wide lens for landscapes.

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Me too but I'm not gonna say it again as everyone probably is getting tired of it. Waiting on rebate checks to proceed with purchase ... hopefully.

Nice wide results by the way.

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Only doing landscapes with it is a waste of a great lens...stick it on the camera and don't take it off for a few days, loads of fun this one is.

I hate the AF of my L's after using this lens, blinding fast the little guy is.

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I am also having a blast with this lens. Great fun.

Post #5, Jan 28, 2006 17:11:01


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Mike Bell wrote:
Here are a couple of my first shots with an EF-S 10-22 lens on a 350D. I like this lens but there is distortion at the widest end - 10mm which is where it was set for both of these. The second has been cropped top and bottom. C&C welcome.

That's Perth isn't it Mike? (I've driven through it, but never got round to stopping and having a wander).

I'm curious with EF-S (apart from the kit lens) owners - are you not concerned about buying a lens that ties you to the APS-C sensor? What made you decide to get an EF-S lens rather than a standard EF lens that will work with your next body?

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MrChad wrote:
Only doing landscapes with it is a waste of a great lens...stick it on the camera and don't take it off for a few days, loads of fun this one is.

I hate the AF of my L's after using this lens, blinding fast the little guy is.

I agree - if you can get close its great for birds!!:

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rudgej wrote:
That's Perth isn't it Mike? (I've driven through it, but never got round to stopping and having a wander).

I'm curious with EF-S (apart from the kit lens) owners - are you not concerned about buying a lens that ties you to the APS-C sensor? What made you decide to get an EF-S lens rather than a standard EF lens that will work with your next body?

Yes it is Perth - my home town for the last 11 years. Definitely worth a longer visit next time - bring your camera!:)

I have wanted to move back to SLR cameras ever since moving to digital about 8 years ago but the cost put me off until this year. I set myself a budget limit and chose a package of body + lenses. After reading lots of reviews, and deciding what kind of photography I like, the 350D and the EF-S lenses just emerged on top. I suspect that when I retire in several years time I will buy a whole new package. I have no doubt that technology will have moved on and that I will want the latest of everything including lenses. The lenses may not become optically much better but I fully expect the AF and IS technology will be better. I have no fears about the 350D (and its lenses) not finding a home - there are lots of family members ready to snap up my cast-offs!:lol:

Post #8, Jan 28, 2006 19:55:00 as a reply to rudgej's post 2 hours earlier.


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racketman wrote:
I agree - if you can get close its great for birds!!:

Is that robin stuffed?:lol:
Or ........did you hypnotize / flash freeze / anaesthetise it?:lol:
Or ..........are you two just very good friends?:lol:

You must be inches from it, racketman. Well done!

Post #9, Jan 28, 2006 19:59:49 as a reply to racketman's post 2 hours earlier.


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Re the Robin

Ho! Ho! Ho! I'm sure the things stuffed! It's legs look at a bit of a funny position. (No offence - definition is excellent) I have been thinking of this lens to keep in the bag. More weight for my wife to carry for me!

All the best

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racketman wrote:
I agree - if you can get close its great for birds!!:

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Too bad it is not wide enough to get the feet in.

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Will this lens work with a Canon EOS 350D (Digital Rebel XT)?

Post #12, Jan 29, 2006 13:06:20 as a reply to ScottE's post 43 minutes earlier.


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Yes Andrew, it will also work with the 300D and 20D.

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You could just use a remote release and mirror lock-up.

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jojohohanon wrote:
You could just use a remote release and mirror lock-up.

...and hope the birds don't use your camera for a toilet :)

nice shots mike - I think I have to have this lense...

Post #15, Jan 29, 2006 13:36:33 as a reply to jojohohanon's post 8 minutes earlier.


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