So just went FF and not really familiar with wide lenses that will work with the new camera. I had been using the 10-22 with a 60D and that was fine, but now I've been looking at the 16-35 2.8 and wondering what peoples experience has been with it?
I got a little of the astro bug after I saw how impressive the low light capabilities of the 6D were. I'm using the 24-105 with it now, but want something wider and wanted to stick with a zoom since I found myself using all ranges of the 10-22 for landscapes. I also wanted the 2.8, but have been reading the F4 has better IQ? So now I have no idea what I want and need some input.
I want the 2.8 for the obvious reason of letting more light in, but is it worth it trading off the soft corners I've read about with the 2.8?
I'm open to other brands too. My ideal situation would be a wide zoom for most work and maybe a cheapish wide or fisheye for some astro work. I'm looking to spend $1,000 on this lens or a combination of maybe a used 16-35 for around 700ish and maybe a fixed wide or fisheye from another mfgr. Whats everyones input? Thanks in advance!