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Is this normal for a 10-22?

 
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Jul 31, 2012 21:11 |  #16

I've never had anything like that on mine. Mine is very easily correctable.




  
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Jul 31, 2012 21:26 |  #17

Removing CA with LR4 is a two-second, one-click fix. But, yeah, that is ugly!




  
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Jul 31, 2012 21:29 |  #18

i don't even have a crop body anymore but i still have my 10-22 just in case i decide to get another crop body. honestly, i liked it at least as much on my 550 as i like my 17-40 on either ff body (maybe a little more). i don't think i ever had any images like that.




  
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Jul 31, 2012 21:43 |  #19

Next to my (former) Zeiss 21mm on my 7D my Canon 10-22mm my next favorite. That being said I'm more of a 20mm than 10mm guy on crops. I never saw any CA like that on mine at any focal. I'd try another lens before I gave up on the Canon 10-22mm.




  
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Jul 31, 2012 21:54 |  #20

PhilipAlex wrote in post #14797018 (external link)
... Not to mention the build quality is superior and it comes with a lens hood and case... for $320 less. .

Numerous posts in these forums have stated that the Sigma's build quality is better that the Canon's. How does one measure build quality? What characteristics does one look for in a well-built lens versus a poorly built one?

My Canon 10-22 seems solid enough. There is no lens wobble, which would indicate excess slack or wear in the mechanical components of the lens. The only thing that might be perceived as poor build quality is the action of the zoom ring. Mine turns with very little force compared to the other two Canon lenses I own. The zooming action, however, is quite smooth.


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Jul 31, 2012 22:13 |  #21

Before you return one of them. Test out flare because CA can be fixed easily. Sigma has a big reputation that is harder to fix ---FLARE.


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Jul 31, 2012 23:59 |  #22

RodneyCyr wrote in post #14797951 (external link)
Numerous posts in these forums have stated that the Sigma's build quality is better that the Canon's. How does one measure build quality?...

Weight. :cool:


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Aug 01, 2012 10:28 |  #23

Should I try one more copy of the Canon or should I just return it and stick with the Sigma. I don't care about the money... I just want whichever lens is best haha.




  
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Aug 01, 2012 10:52 |  #24

can't say anything about the sigma but i'd try a different copy of the 10-22.




  
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Aug 01, 2012 11:07 |  #25

rwhardy wrote in post #14800010 (external link)
can't say anything about the sigma but i'd try a different copy of the 10-22.

Yes I agree with what he ^^^ said. When you get a good copy you'll know what so many people have one. As everyone has stated CA is easy to fix in "post". There's a reason that Canon lenses cost more. For the most part, yes there are notable exceptions, the Canon glass is just better.




  
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Aug 01, 2012 11:09 |  #26

PhilipAlex wrote in post #14799882 (external link)
Should I try one more copy of the Canon or should I just return it and stick with the Sigma. I don't care about the money... I just want whichever lens is best haha.

try one more copy. my 10-22 doesnt do that.


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Aug 01, 2012 11:15 |  #27

Going to pick it up now haha!




  
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Aug 01, 2012 11:32 |  #28

PhilipAlex wrote in post #14799882 (external link)
Should I try one more copy of the Canon or should I just return it and stick with the Sigma. I don't care about the money... I just want whichever lens is best haha.

save your money if you plan on always stopping down...you'll never be able to see that much improvement if you're stopped down to f8/f10....yeah there is better handling of flare...but is that worth $300+?...go out and use that money and buy another lens :)


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Aug 01, 2012 15:49 |  #29

RTPVid wrote in post #14798422 (external link)
Weight. :cool:


And that weight is because of metal versus plastic parts. Most people assume metal parts will last longer than plastic. Also, fit and finish. Fluidity of the lens. The Canon just feels cheep. Shoots ok, and "light" while back packing is great. Plastic versus metal in a backpack - different story though.


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Dec 23, 2012 22:34 |  #30

try a monopod or a tripod so you have a steady shot and dont shot with the light or overcast thats gonna lamp the background the 10-22 is a good lens i wouldnt be selling mine if I didnt go FF... but its only as good as the user!


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