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Oct 12, 2007 05:14 as a reply to  @ post 4110100 |  #16

I have the 10-20 and a 1d2... it's usable from 11mm on.

That being said, the quality of the edges is something not to desire... brings out all the nice flaws ;)

Here are two shots at 10mm, one is f/4 and one is f/7.1

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Oct 12, 2007 05:54 |  #17

Ok thanks,,,,,, pretty stuck atm what to do, maybe I should get a 16-35L, and a 15 mm Canon fish eye,,,,,,, no samples on the 15mm fish eye in the archives :(

Though on a side note I have found a Voigtlander EF 19-35mm, god knows what hat would be like :)


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Oct 12, 2007 06:53 |  #18

MaDProFF wrote in post #4110014 (external link)
Well Canon need to make something, they have not even got a lens to compete with for 1.3 and FF crops over the Sigma 12-24, so it seems.
wonder why they make the 10-22mm EFS, and not one to replace it with if you move away from a 1.6 crop?

I think it's called supply and demand...


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