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Oct 02, 2007 14:15 |  #511

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I got the 10-22 thinking I may have lots of uses for it, but I'm struggling to use it. Not sure why, in my film days I loved my 17mm. But here are a few shots. I'm not sure if I'm going to keep it or send it back for the 17-40. I feel like it may be too wide for most of my personal uses. I don't really like that you have to basically be in the shot to get the shot. Sometimes I need to be able to keep my distance.

and i thought that film is full frame so 17mm is 17mm, but 10-22 on 30D or 40D is 16mm [1.6x crop factor], so how come that 16mm view focal length is too wide comparing to 17mm, i try to understand this statement but sure there is something i don't know in photography world [as i never used film before].


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Oct 02, 2007 18:04 |  #512

Tareq wrote in post #4050846 (external link)
and i thought that film is full frame so 17mm is 17mm, but 10-22 on 30D or 40D is 16mm [1.6x crop factor], so how come that 16mm view focal length is too wide comparing to 17mm, i try to understand this statement but sure there is something i don't know in photography world [as i never used film before].

17 mm on crop has a FF FoV equivalent of 27 mm, 10 mm on crop has a FF FoV equivalent of 16 mm, even if it is only an EF-S lens.

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Oct 07, 2007 12:40 |  #513

Ok, I'm officially thinking about making this my first lens purchase for my XTi


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Oct 07, 2007 12:43 |  #514

^ It would be a good investment, you will find something to shoot all the time.




  
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Oct 07, 2007 13:10 |  #515

Quick question because I'm VERY MUCH a newbie to photography...How does the Sigma 10-22 compare to this lens? Just trying to justify spending the exta money on the Canon.


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Oct 07, 2007 13:25 as a reply to  @ woodsj6's post |  #516

I'm a Canon 10-22mm owner and love the lens. I don't have the links on hand but there are numerous threads that discuss and compare the Sigma 10-20mm and the Canon 10-22mm. If you search and hunt around for those threads you'll find a wealth of information and opinion.


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Oct 07, 2007 15:46 |  #517

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Oct 07, 2007 15:56 as a reply to  @ CincyShooter's post |  #518

I am another one who has had both at the same time and did some testing/comparisons. One was IMO just as good as the other, I kept the Canon just because I had a buyer for the Sigma with cash in hand and the $$ I could have banked to sell the Canon was not important to me at that time. In other words if money is not an issue and all else is equal I will always opt to keep a Canon over any other brand given the choice. The guy I sold my Sigma to brings it to shoots we do together sometimes and is 100% as happy with his as I am with mine. I am not considering doing a body upgrade except maybe to a 40D so that was not a factor, YMMV. You will enjoy playing with a 10mm lens for sure.



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Oct 07, 2007 17:20 |  #519

A quick shot taken today of my grandson at the Apple Cheese Festival in Canton PA
With the 10-22 you can taken in the whole tractor easily, another lens I'd not have gotten
this shot, and it was cropped a little as well, it really pulls in a lot of detail!

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Oct 07, 2007 18:10 as a reply to  @ Gary W. Graley's post |  #520

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Oct 07, 2007 18:14 |  #521

I want mine already, open up Adorama:(


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Oct 11, 2007 04:15 |  #523

EDIT: Oops, wrong thread...


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Oct 11, 2007 05:28 as a reply to  @ Savphoto's post |  #524

My 10-22 to the rescue


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Oct 11, 2007 09:29 as a reply to  @ Pat's post |  #525

Wow Pat. Beautiful shot!


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