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Canon EF-M 11-22 or Canon EFS 10-22

 
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Mar 30, 2015 22:35 |  #1

Torn on which to get, Can get the 11-22 cheap on ebay or get the 10-22 so I can use it on my 7D2 as well plus a M-EF adapter for Eos M? Anybody have any thoughts?


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Mar 31, 2015 02:09 |  #2

Go the whole hog and get the new EF 11-24L?  :p




  
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Mar 31, 2015 02:17 |  #3

The EF-M 11-22 is the sharper lens.

Depends on which you would use more. M or 7D2?




  
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Mar 31, 2015 23:35 as a reply to  @ Aswald's post |  #4

I went with the 10-22mm because it's useable on both.


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Apr 01, 2015 06:20 |  #5

Or what about the EF-S 10-18?

Very good price, and decent performance.


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Apr 01, 2015 08:32 |  #6

lozw wrote in post #17500349 (external link)
Or what about the EF-S 10-18?

Very good price, and decent performance.

I've had all three. I settled on the 10-18mm because I do video and it has IS. Yes, the 11-22mm also has IS but your limited to using the M with its smaller battery.




  
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Apr 02, 2015 22:29 as a reply to  @ Shadowblade's post |  #7

Thought of that too


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Apr 02, 2015 22:30 as a reply to  @ frugivore's post |  #8

How is the sharpness of the 10-18?


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Apr 02, 2015 23:55 |  #9

scpictaker wrote in post #17498846 (external link)
Torn on which to get, Can get the 11-22 cheap on ebay or get the 10-22 so I can use it on my 7D2 as well plus a M-EF adapter for Eos M? Anybody have any thoughts?

Heya,

Depends on the properties you want.

For me, I favor the following in an ultrawide:

1. Corner sharpness when stopped down (F8+).
2. Filter threading for normal filters.
3. Flare resistance.

Everything else, AF, etc, is just extra and not necessary. Flare resistance to me has become the most important feature. From there, filter threading. From there, sharpness last. Why? Because sharpness isn't everything. I went from a sharper lens to the 10-22. Could I tell? In some images yes. But in my final edited results? Not really. But the flare resistance is second to none in the EF-S line.

I would not get the EF-M lens unless the M is a primary camera for you.

It makes more sense to get a lens that works on all your cameras.

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Apr 04, 2015 01:17 |  #10

scpictaker wrote in post #17502737 (external link)
How is the sharpness of the 10-18?

It's OK. Reviews have been positive.

But in this specific case, the EF-M 11-22 has the edge.

See http://eos-m.net …-10-18mm-vs-ef-m-11-22mm/ (external link)


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Apr 04, 2015 10:37 |  #11

considering you've got the 16-35II for when you want a serious UWA on your 5D III...i assume this is more for casual use...in which case, i'd get the 11-22mm

i have a sigma 10-20mm, but have been thinking of the 11-22mm, just because they are cheap, and it would be a good backpacking lens for me...i'm also considering the rokinon 12mm f2 though


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