I have a Canon 60D. I have the kit 18-135 lens, an old 70-300 and a 28 1.8 lens.
I really enjoy landscapes. I have been in southern Germany and Austria in 2013 and in Yellowstone/Grand Tetons in 2012. My kit 18-135 lens did very well. In looking at my favorite landscape pictures from both trips, the focal point was typically over 18mm.
That makes me question the need of the 10-22mm lens.
Couple questions. On the 10-22mm, if I take a picture somewhere between 18-22mm, would there be a noticeable quality improvement over the 18-135 lens?
I know the extra width of the 10-22 is a benefit. Now my second question. I plan to go back to Europe and having a wide and fast lens for indoor shots would be very helpful.
Would the Tokina 11-16 2.8 be a better lens than the 10-22. It is faster and I would have no focal overlap on my existing lenes.
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