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Sep 19, 2011 23:03 |  #31

Canon_Lover wrote in post #13130529 (external link)
10-22 is sweet. Best crop UWA money can buy when all factors are considered.


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Awesome photo!

I owned 10-22 when I had my 30D. I miss that lens. It should be a "L" lens.


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Oct 07, 2011 07:53 |  #32

hi guys
i decided to purchase the 10-22 after your recommendation and here's the results at 10mm, f16, 1/30, ISO 100.

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Oct 07, 2011 09:00 |  #33

Canon_Lover wrote in post #13130529 (external link)
10-22 is sweet. Best crop UWA money can buy when all factors are considered.

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this picture is just beautiful man, really nice short... i love it!


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Oct 07, 2011 10:19 |  #34

10-22, it's a nice lens.




  
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Oct 07, 2011 12:07 |  #35

On a crop sensor body, the 10-22mm gives an equivalent framing of a 16-35mm on a FF. Do the math...

10 x 1.6 = 16
22 X 1.6 = 35.2

Based on these figures, I'll bet you that Canon engineers came out with the numbers for the 10-22mm lens.

If you have a 7D, 10-22mm is probably the best choice if you want a zoom landscape lens. 16-35mm lens will give you an equivalent framing of 25.6mm-56mm lens on a APS-C sensor body.




  
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Oct 07, 2011 16:28 |  #36

umphotography wrote in post #13130102 (external link)
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10-22 on a crop is wonderful. Especially on a 7D. Really miss the performance 10-22. A 16-35 does not come close. We got a 17-35 and like it but on a crop camera,, a 17-55 and a 10-22 is the way to go.

Are you saying that 10-22mm on a crop performs better than 16-35mm on 5DmkII? What choice do I have when I go full frame?


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Oct 08, 2011 00:06 |  #37

LunaP wrote in post #13218795 (external link)
Are you saying that 10-22mm on a crop performs better than 16-35mm on 5DmkII? What choice do I have when I go full frame?

Having had both, I'd say if it's for landscape yes, I prefer the 10-22 on a good crop versus 16-35mk2 on my 5D2. The 16-35 of course is 2.8 on a FF and has application in areas the 10-22/crop combo would just be too slow.


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Oct 08, 2011 07:34 |  #38

Why do you prefer the 10-22 on a crop over the 16-35 on 5d2?


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Oct 08, 2011 10:11 |  #39

robonrome wrote in post #13220220 (external link)
Having had both, I'd say if it's for landscape yes, I prefer the 10-22 on a good crop versus 16-35mk2 on my 5D2. The 16-35 of course is 2.8 on a FF and has application in areas the 10-22/crop combo would just be too slow.

Very interesting... Would you please explain why 10-22mm on a crop is better? I have a 50D and just got 10-22mm.


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Oct 08, 2011 10:41 |  #40

princeterry wrote in post #13092743 (external link)
thanks guys
i'm kinda glad most of you are in favour of the 10-22 which i am too, so i'm off to buy one next week. cheers to everyone, apperciate the input. have a nice one, cheers!

Check out hdew cameras in Surrey. They have the 10-22mm at a very good price. Just ordered one myself along with a load of other kit.


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Oct 09, 2011 00:44 |  #41

LunaP wrote in post #13221265 (external link)
Very interesting... Would you please explain why 10-22mm on a crop is better? I have a 50D and just got 10-22mm.

Several reasons, but first don't get me wrong, there isn't much in this comparison, it's more that I found the shots I used to get with 10-22 and 40D/50D were equally sharp (if not moreso) and contrasty for landscape compared with what i can get with my 5D2 and 16-35mk2....and when one considers the latter are twice as expensive + some it makes the 10-22 and crop combo look pretty good. Some added benefits (to my mind are) 77mm standard filter size on the 10-22 versus 82mm on the 16-35 and it's a lot lighter as a combo as well. Again more of a gut feel thing, but I felt the 10-22 controlled flare better than the 16-35.

If you need 2.8 though you need it and the 10-22 just wont do the trick - same with weather sealing if that's important. I find for landscape now though that I use my 24TS-E mk2 almost exclusively over the 16-35...with shift/pano I can get equivalent width to the wide end of the 16-35 and the sharpness edge to edge and lack of CA is far far superior to the 16-35. I'll probably sell it when I get round to it along with some other deadwood in my bag.


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Oct 09, 2011 02:17 |  #42

i can't wait until my 10-22mm comes in. these pictures are phenomenal.


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Oct 09, 2011 03:54 |  #43

canon 10-22, +hoya super quality CPL is the best for my landscape
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Oct 09, 2011 09:53 |  #44

10-22 FTW! It is better and sharper than both the 16-35L and 17-40L.


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Oct 09, 2011 11:09 |  #45

I had a 10-22 for a short while but didn't use it very much. I do recall I was VERY happy with the results. It was at least as good as any zoom you can get for a FF, imo.


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