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Jun 05, 2014 12:19 |  #211

For that price I just won't buy it, simple. I could get a used 10-22mm for around $400




  
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Jun 05, 2014 21:26 as a reply to  @ ynrozturk's post |  #212

Photozone review is up on the 10-18 and they like it :)


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Jun 05, 2014 22:33 |  #213

Varago wrote in post #16954622 (external link)
Photozone review is up on the 10-18 and they like it :)

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Jun 05, 2014 23:06 |  #214

It's a very good review but they didn't tested for flare. However after this review I'm prone to buy it.


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Jun 05, 2014 23:26 |  #215

RTPVid wrote in post #16954717 (external link)
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If photozone guy is convinced, I am in. Their highly recommend tag is not easy to achieve.


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Jun 06, 2014 07:35 |  #216

I'm not a huge UWA user, so the $249 price tag certainly makes it easy to keep and not feel bad that it is not getting a ton of use. I took a few pictures last night and there is some flare, but don't know if its better or worse than the other options.




  
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Jun 06, 2014 12:32 as a reply to  @ hondafans's post |  #217

I figured that some of you would be interested in this. This photo was taken with the 10-18mm IS STM at 18mm and f/8.

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Jun 06, 2014 22:41 as a reply to  @ CallumRD1's post |  #218

In case your interested, Im using this as a replacement for my old 10-22 on my 40D IR camera, and as a bonus as my wide for my EOS M, as the 16-35 and 14 2.8 are too big to bring with the M whilst traveling.
Looks like it will work pretty well. Flare is better controlled than my 14 2.8. Focus is easier than the 16-35 or 14.
only problem ive noticed is there are some spots on the sides that look like they are very OOF, maybe its a IR thing, ill have to do more testing on the M.


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Jun 07, 2014 02:28 |  #219

hondafans wrote in post #16955220 (external link)
I'm not a huge UWA user, so the $249 price tag certainly makes it easy to keep and not feel bad that it is not getting a ton of use. I took a few pictures last night and there is some flare, but don't know if its better or worse than the other options.

I hope this will be tested soon. I really want to know how well the 10-18mm STM will resist flare. Seems like the 10-22mm is the champion at the moment. I hope the STM lens will be able to match it, but that might be wishful thinking.




  
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Jun 07, 2014 02:34 |  #220

lsquare wrote in post #16956941 (external link)
I hope this will be tested soon. I really want to know how well the 10-18mm STM will resist flare. Seems like the 10-22mm is the champion at the moment. I hope the STM lens will be able to match it, but that might be wishful thinking.

I guess it gets the same flare more or less as the other STM lenses... I own the 18-135 STM and if you are not careful you get flare without the lens hood outdoors


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Jun 07, 2014 07:28 |  #221

llondru wrote in post #16956946 (external link)
I guess it gets the same flare more or less as the other STM lenses... I own the 18-135 STM and if you are not careful you get flare without the lens hood outdoors

What about with the lens hood? Very rarely do I take off the lens hood. It's probably safe to say that I leave the lens hood on for all of my lenses all the time.

I'm still hopeful the 10-18mm STM lens will have decent flare resistance. According to Canon's European websites, the 10-18mm STM lens have the Super Spectra Coating, which should help deal with flare.




  
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Jun 07, 2014 07:38 |  #222

lsquare wrote in post #16957156 (external link)
According to Canon's European websites, the 10-18mm STM lens have the Super Spectra Coating, which should help deal with flare.

I think every Canon lens made since about 1978 have some form of "Super Spectra Coating".

http://en.wikipedia.or​g/wiki/Canon_FD_lens_m​ount (external link)

In 1978, with the introduction of the New FD series (nicknamed 'FDn'), the coating type was no longer specified on the lens front. All of these lenses received S.S.C. coating, with the sole exception of the 50mm f/1.8 lens.


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Jun 07, 2014 08:23 |  #223

lsquare wrote in post #16957156 (external link)
What about with the lens hood? Very rarely do I take off the lens hood. It's probably safe to say that I leave the lens hood on for all of my lenses all the time.

The problem with an UWA lens is that the hood rarely helps because they're not very deep at all. They'll only block the sun over a very small angle. Indeed, the one for my 10-22 is so useless that I never put it in the bag.


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Jun 07, 2014 13:30 |  #224

Video review of it sourced from Fstoppers:

http://fstoppers.com …s-10-18mm-f4-5-5-6-is-stm (external link)

unfortunately, the reviewer began with the words 'hey, wassup guys' and I immediately reached for the X button. So I don't know whether he liked it or not.




  
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Jun 07, 2014 16:19 |  #225

hollis_f wrote in post #16957215 (external link)
The problem with an UWA lens is that the hood rarely helps because they're not very deep at all. They'll only block the sun over a very small angle. Indeed, the one for my 10-22 is so useless that I never put it in the bag.

The hood for the 10-18 is much more useful than the one for the 10-22. It is not as wide, but fairly deep, for an UWA.


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