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EF-S 10-22mm w/ 50D shock.....

 
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May 01, 2009 21:53 |  #1

I was completely taken back with sharpness of the 50D & the 10-22mm. No need to micro-adjust the lens. Lensalign was dead on. Have others found this to be the norm?


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May 01, 2009 22:30 |  #2

TheMissouriShooter wrote in post #7841671 (external link)
I was completely taken back with sharpness of the 50D & the 10-22mm. No need to micro-adjust the lens. Lensalign was dead on. Have others found this to be the norm?

From what I understand the 10-22 is supposed to be one of the 2 best wides you can get


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May 01, 2009 22:49 |  #3

I thought all Wide angle lenses are inhearntly sarp because of their DOF.

Anyway I love my 10-22


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May 01, 2009 22:51 |  #4

I am always impressed by my 10-22.


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May 01, 2009 22:56 as a reply to  @ bohdank's post |  #5

Not surprised. The 10-22 is an awesome lens.




  
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May 01, 2009 22:57 |  #6

yeah I loved my 10-22mm, it was sharp, but I guess I never worried too much because everything was in focus...

enjoy the ultrawide!


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May 01, 2009 23:02 as a reply to  @ Frads's post |  #7

I've always enjoyed it on my 400D, but when we put it on The Wife's 50D I was blown away. The Wife had done a bridal shoot, and a sequence came up that was amazingly crisp. I asked her "Did you use the Nifty on these?" She called up the Exif data and we were both stunned that it read 22mm.

It's an excellent lens, but it's just killer on the 50D. Lights out, all the way.


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May 01, 2009 23:05 |  #8

Yes i was blown away by the image quality of the 10-22 on a 50d compared with my 400d. Sharpness spot on my lense too.


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May 02, 2009 01:19 |  #9

vfrstephen wrote in post #7842019 (external link)
Yes i was blown away by the image quality of the 10-22 on a 50d compared with my 400d. Sharpness spot on my lense too.

I think this is a case where the 50D's much-maligned pixel density is a positive, maxing out the len's full potential as opposed to exposing the flaws of lesser glass.


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May 02, 2009 01:30 as a reply to  @ jblaschke's post |  #10

My 10-22mm has become my fav. to use and play with... The shots are amazing...


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May 02, 2009 01:47 |  #11

Yes, the 10-22 is one sharp lens :D


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May 02, 2009 02:57 |  #12

I aggree. I love my 10-22 too


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May 02, 2009 03:14 |  #13

I have one for sale, excellent condition and hardly used. I'm also selling my 40D. I have the 16-35 MkII and it's awesome too on my 1DsMkIII. Now I want to get a 5DMkII, so the I will have no use for the 10-22.

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May 02, 2009 04:10 |  #14

Love mine as well!


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May 02, 2009 04:26 |  #15

KenjiS wrote in post #7841841 (external link)
From what I understand the 10-22 is supposed to be one of the 2 best wides you can get

I'm guessing from your signature the other is the Sigma 10-20?


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