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Feb 16, 2015 22:09 |  #1

Please give me some advise for wide lens for canon 70D

between these 2 lens
Can 10-18mm and 10-22mm which one you are recommend or some another wide lens better.

Thanks


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Feb 16, 2015 22:56 |  #2

jimmyt wrote in post #17435273 (external link)
Please give me some advise for wide lens for canon 70D

between these 2 lens
Can 10-18mm and 10-22mm which one you are recommend or some another wide lens better.

Thanks

Heya,

10-22 - Better flare handling, more focal range. USM. No IS.
10-18 - Not as good at flare handling, less focal range. STM. IS. Cheaper.
Optically they're close enough that I would not squabble over charts.

It really comes down to what you want them for.

If you plan on doing a lot of video, hand held shooting, and you know you're going to live at 10mm more than not, and you don't plan on shooting with bright light sources in your frame often, then the 10-18 makes a lot of sense.

If you plan on doing a lot of landscape with bright light sources and want a wider focal range to work with and you know you're going to be on a tripod most of them (making IS useless), then the 10-22 really is the way to go.

The flare handling alone of the 10-22 is what made me go with it. I could care less about AF (USM), IS, etc. All I care about in an ultrawide is: flare handling, takes filters, corner performance stopped down, and a gentle nod to coma performance.

For reference, here's the 10-22's flare handling performance from my most recent sunset shoot. I'm posting three shots to show you that even at different angles, it handles flare very well (I actually did this series just to test the flare handling of the 10-22):

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Feb 17, 2015 02:38 |  #3

I was debating the same thing not to long ago. I ended up going with the 10-22mm used. I picked this one since out of the UWA it does the best in controling lens flare. If you go on KEH they run about 450ish. I also have a 70D like you and couldn't be happier with it. So far I've only taken indoor shots with it hopefully this weekend I'll get outside and take some landscape shots with it.


70D 18-135 STM, 10-22mm, 24mm STM, 40mm STM, 55-250 STM, 270EX II

  
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Feb 17, 2015 08:45 |  #4

Very nice pictures

Thanks for all advice


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Feb 17, 2015 10:36 |  #5

I had this same question, but now that the Tokina 11-22 2.8 has been announced, I'm going to wait for some reviews of that one too.




  
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Feb 17, 2015 22:05 |  #6

primeone wrote in post #17435906 (external link)
I had this same question, but now that the Tokina 11-22 2.8 has been announced, I'm going to wait for some reviews of that one too.

are you talking about this lens
http://www.amazon.com …tal-Cameras/dp/B0014Z3XMC (external link)


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Feb 17, 2015 22:48 as a reply to  @ jimmyt's post |  #7

No, a new version:

http://www.dpreview.co​m …-8-and-11-20mm-f2-8-zooms (external link)

It's 11-20, not 22.

The MSRP is 599$, I want to see reviews and street price.




  
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Feb 22, 2015 18:29 |  #8

The 10-22 is probably the best EF-S lens from Canon :)




  
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Feb 22, 2015 19:25 |  #9

I've had the 10-22mm, the EF-M 11-22mm and now I have the 10-18mm. The EF-M handled aberrations slightly better, but they were all relatively good for UWA lenses. For a 70D, I'd take the 10-22mm if I shot just stills and the 10-18mm if I did stills and video (which I do).




  
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