^There are so many comparisons and info online, it's ridiculous. Just do a simple search for "Sigma 10-20mm vs Canon 10-22mm" and read the existing abundance of info available, both here and on external sites.
Joined Jul 2010
Joined Feb 2009
Location: central texas
i think the consensus is that you will not be disappointed in the sigma but the 10-22 is just over the top awesome if you can swing the few more bucks that way. i know i hardly ever take my 10-22 off just because i love shooting with it that much.
40D | 18-55mm IS I 10-22 I| 70-200mm f/4 L USM
Joined Jan 2009
I'm going to vouch for the EF-S 10-22mm as well. It's on my camera about 60% of the time.
Joined May 2010
17-40 here and awesome results (also compared to price paid!)
Joined Dec 2010
Feb 07, 2011 15:08 as a reply to @ post 11643710 |
I own both the Canon 17-40 f/4 L and 24-105 f/4 L. For general travel photography I find that I use the 24-105 most of the the time and if I need to go wider, I'll use the 17-40. I use a 5D Mark II now, but bought the 17-40 when I was shooting with a 30D and thought the combination worked great. Both lenses offer great image quality and by most expert reviews, the 24-105 f/4 L and 24-70 f/2.8 L you mentioned in your original post have almost equal optical quality and with IS even though the 24-105 is one stop slower than the 24-70, the IS easily makes up for that one stop.
"Not brigth enough"
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Joined Jul 2010
Location: ɹǝpun uʍop
I'm another Canon 10-22 owner and mine was my most used lens, I love it. But I have since brought a 15-85 and it now seems to spend the most time on my camera out of all my lenses. It does not have the width, but I find it a more useful as an all round lens.
Joined Jul 2007
Location: Shropshire England
I have the Sigma 8 - 16 which is perfect for the internal shots i use it for but for landscapes i wish i could add a filter to it be it a grad or an ND filter ... but you cant :C
Joined Feb 2011
Location: Wilmington DE
Feb 10, 2011 21:53 as a reply to @ post 11643710 |
I just bought a Sigma 10-22, it hasn't arrived yet but I have been able to play with one already and it was AMAZING on my 450D so far. I am a completely novice photographer but the wide angle that it allows is stunning to me so far.