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The Canon 10-20mm EF-S lens, perfect for landscapes.

Advantages: Excellent quality pictures, Useful wide angle range. Good build quality.
Disadvantages: No lens hood, Not compatible with all EOS cameras

Introduction The Canon EF-S 10-22mm f3.5-f4.5 USM lens is a high quality wide-angle zoom lens that is ideal for landscape, architectural and interior photography. It is designed to be used with all Canon EOS cameras with an APS-C sized censor an ...

Markh5682 30.03.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Canon EF wide-angle zoom lens - 10 mm - 22 mm F/3.5-4.5

Canon EF-S 10-22mm f3.5-f4.5 USM

Advantages: Range. Optical Quality. Size. Weight. Price.
Disadvantages: Lens hood not supplied with lens.

Having owned and used my Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-f/4.5 USM zoom lens for around 15 to 18 months I feel that it is in many ways, quite an exceptional lens. Effectively covering the versatile full-frame equivalent 16-35mm zoom lens, it is a valuable addit ...

davecham 27.12.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Canon EF wide-angle zoom lens - 10 mm - 22 mm F/3.5-4.5

Creates unique shots, great for landscapes and, oddly close ups

Advantages: HSM, DC, great build quality, great fun
Disadvantages: light fall off can be an issue

...this lens as my focal range was limited to 18mm at the widest end, and had always wanted a good quality super wide angle lens without the rediculous distortion you get from cheap bolt on imports. I opted for the Sigma 10 - 20mm f/4 - 5.6 EX DC ...

markusrowe 03.01.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Sigma 10-20mm F4-5.6 EX DC HSM - Canon

Perfect match for Canon 400d SLR

Advantages: Image sharpness, constant f2.8 aperture, cost
Disadvantages: Some distortion at widest setting, motor noise

BACKGROUND I had been looking to replace the so-so kit lens on my Canon 400d and agonised over the possible options for several weeks. I wanted a lens to broadly replace the kit lens range of 18-55mm - with a good wide angle and some telephoto zoom, but ...

raymortim 23.04.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Tamron SP AF 17-50mm F2.8 XR Di II LD (IF)

Canon's sharpest zoom is a rock, or brick

Advantages: Awesomely sharp. Wide Aperture gives great control. Great colour.
Disadvantages: A little fragile. Would prefer with Image Stabiliser.

This is the professional photographer's portrait zoom lens of choice. The constant F/2.8 aperture across the zoom range provides excellent performance in low-light, and the best control over depth of field in any zoom lens on the market today. Lens pe ...

GilesGuthrie 26.01.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Canon zoom lens - 24 mm - 70 mm F/2.8