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EF-S 10-22mm or 16-35mm 2.8L

 
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Sep 15, 2008 00:30 |  #16

I vote 17-55 f/2.8 IS as well. And you can still throw the 10-22 in the mix. The Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 might be good for night time car shoots. But if you're strobing it might not matter that much.


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Sep 15, 2008 00:42 |  #17

Don't forget about the Sigma 10-20. I use this lens quite a bit for the wide shots at weddings and some architecture too.

Here's an engagement session composite that was partly shot with a Sigma 10-20 on a 20D. The bottom two images in this composite were caught witha 24-70L on a 30D.

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Here's another group of images that were caught with the 20D/10-20 except the flower shot which was captured with the 30D/24-70L.

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Sep 15, 2008 08:28 |  #18

Thanks so much everyone!!!


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Sep 15, 2008 09:59 |  #19

Does anyone have any experience comparing the Sigma 10-20mm with the Canon 10-22mm?


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Sep 15, 2008 13:40 |  #20

google search lightrules test. he has a nice comparison. they are fairly close in performance. canon is slightly better and about 50% more.


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Sep 15, 2008 14:44 as a reply to  @ kevindar's post |  #21

16mm on crop isn't wide enough. I had longing looks at the Canon 10-22 for a long time, but when it came time to actually buy, I went with the Sigma 10-20 because it was $150 cheaper, came with a hood and a case. I didn't want to spend $700 and not get the full package.

There's one thing that people don't mention very often, but the Canon is faster than the Sigma (3.5 vs 4 at widest).




  
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Sep 15, 2008 15:01 |  #22

I've had both lenses and sold the 10-22. The 16-35 is a great lens and you need the faster lens given that you do car shows etc where the light isn't always the best. Although I've never owned the 17-55 it certainly would be a good choice as well.


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Sep 16, 2008 09:24 |  #23

I found an amazing deal on a 24-105 F4 (locally) but its not wide enough.
But its cheap enough to buy use for a little then maybe resell once i got the 24-70 2.8L

But i still want the Canon 10-22....
Debating if i want to get both right now.. Or just skip out on the 24-105 deal.


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Sep 16, 2008 09:28 |  #24

If you need that wide and fast Tokina 11-16 f/2.8 is an option. If you don't need that wide the Tamron is a wonderful lens.


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Sep 17, 2008 09:10 |  #25

Decided to hold off on the lens...

Waiting for the 5DII to go on the market.


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Sep 17, 2008 11:47 |  #26

I was about to say, since you're planning on going FF anyway, why the wait? You could easily sell your 40D and use the funds towards the 5D. That way you'd buy lenses for the body you'd keep long term and wouldn't have to worry about resale, changing lenses once you get the new body, yadda yadda yadda.


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Sep 22, 2008 15:33 |  #27

Well....

I went to B&H in NYC.. and just couldnt walk out of that place with out a new toy. I picked up the EF-S 10-22mm. I plan on selling it once i get the 5DII, at which point ill get the 16-35mm for it.

But gosh ultra-wide is so much fun!! Ive taken some shots while in NYC.
Ill have them uploaded once i get home.

I did upload one so far
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I'm going to try the Lens distort correction filter in Photoshop, but its really not that bad with the 10-22.


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