I have a Canon EOS 60D and am thinking of buying a new wide angle lens. I'm a student, so I'm on a budget. My photography is mostly based on landscapes, architectural shots and street shots. My flickr and instagram accounts are as follows, if you would like to have a look at the type of photography I am into:
The Canon 10-18 mm lens has come to my attention, since it seems just wide enough without getting too distorted around the edges, and very reasonably priced at £180. I have seen a couple of reviews online, all of which have been positive.
On the other hand, the Samyang F/2 12 mm lens has also gotten my attention as it has the added advantage of a lower depth of field but is MF only. However, this is EF, whereas the Canon 10-18 mm is EF-S. It's priced slightly higher at £250.
So, which would you advise me to get?
Thanks in advance!