Canon EF-S 10-22/3.5-4.5 USM

Canon EF-S 10-22/3.5-4.5 USM

  • Lens mount system: Canon EF-S
  • Construction: Zoom
  • Format: APS-C (crop)
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4.2 of 5 stars

Based on 15 reviews

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26/08/2018
Edited 30/08/2018
I have previously had a Canon EF 17-55mm f / 2.8 IS to my 60D which has been my closest alternative to wide-angle. However, it is often the experience of having a wider range of experience. For a few years, I bought this lens, and I think it's a top lens in many ways, and I came across it for SEK 1,950 in really good condition at Tradera, which I almost look like a theft hehe. It became a ND1000 filter for some thousand flaps (has more 77mm lens I have use for it on too) and a backlight protection of the DOOR brand for any dog ​​rap through amazon.de. Immediately when I put on the new window, I thought something like "Why did not I buy this earlier?". It's really an incredibly fun slider to shoot with, and useful for more things than you can imagine. It requires some creativity to maximize it, but I think most people who look at this lens know what they are looking for and what is required of the photographer or have the desire to learn. The pictures get really good, even better than I expected. Contrast-rich, provides powerful strength in most situations and a USM AF that is fast but not the fastest in Canon's arsenal. It's a pity that it does not have IS, but you can take very good photos in darker situations anyway. Personally, I find that it is usually on a tripod, so the IS issue is not so important. Building quality is just like other top-level lenses in the EF's series, such as 17-55 / f2.8. Just the lenses are really alike, when it comes to look, feel and quality. A big advantage is that this slider does not expand / "expires" in the same way as 17-55 f / 2.8 when zooming, but it does not happen internally. On the outskirts of the picture, there is a lot of CA as users and reviews say, especially if there are big contrasts (leaves and light skies, for example). This is something I anticipated before buying and it's not that bad, but definitely a minus. The image is distorted to the edges of the image, especially at 10mm. This can be both a plus and a minus depending on the photographer. Personally, I like it and you can use it to its advantage for creative images. I would probably go so far to say that this is the second best EF's lens after EF's 17-55 / f2.8 IS USM. With this lens, I feel that my camera bag is "complete" and ready for all situations. Other windows I have are; Canon EF-S 17-55 / 2.8 IS USM, Canon EF 70-200 / 2.8L IS II USM, Canon EF 100 / 2.8L IS USM Macro and it covers all my needs! I strongly recommend this lens, especially if you can find something used for under half the price or lower, it's a very affordable purchase, given that you can get so many different photos with this lens! Be aware, however, that it is best on stand when IS is missing and that you will get some CA in the edges (can always be fixed in mail) as well as distortions that may be +/- depending on the person. This is my new love for my macro lens. 8.5 / 10

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16/01/2014
Edited 26/01/2014
This lens represents 1/4 of my favorite setup for APS-C cameras with Canon EF 35/2, the 0th EF 50/1, 4 and EF 85/1, 8. With APS-C you get when 16-35mm/56mm/80mm/136mm which cover most needs. EF-S 10-22/3 0.5 to 4, 5 is a truly delicious wide aperture! The sign pretty sharp pictures (quite OK level of sharpness given focal length / price), the quick and quiet AF. At the very wide angle images may be allusions to the fish-eye effect, which sometimes is a bit störigt, but when you come to know the loophole, you can get really cool and creative images thanks to this. It is anything but bright, and lack of IS does hardly improve matters. But do you have a modern camera that is capable of handling high ISO with good reduction of noise, this is usually not a concern. Personally I use this loophole much in indoor environments at parties, dinners, birthdays, shoot the kids, and the like. Then it actually flash the best aid (if you have an external that tilts up, that is!) Do you have an APS-C and want wide-angle zoom, this is the best option despite various weaknesses, then you cover a wide area (APS-C) is difficult to find at other options, ie 16-35mm (tex is well most kits Lens 18-55mm or 29-88mm, and 29mm is not much to cheer for. Chromatic aberration is at such a level that I pass as an amateur can not make any comments. However, I have noticed vignetting at maximum wide angle and maximum aperture. However, this is (what I can see) all gone at a little higher aperture. Would recommend this to anyone who wants "real" wide angle. But keep in mind that it is not a perfect lens!

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22/05/2013
Edited 23/05/2013
Real nice lens to shoot with both interiors and landscapes. And why not funny distorted images of people or pets. Manages solreflektioner excellent and focuses extremely quickly. A little more brighter lens would work better indoors, but today's cameras can handle high ISO numbers good, so it should not be a problem, and you can shoot 1/10 second without the time to be blurred. On my lenses autofocus died quite suddenly one day, after about 5 years of hard use.

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14/12/2012
Wonderful lens to photograph both plain & more fun pictures.

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26/02/2012
Have had it almost a year now - it is a good lens but I see that I am not using it as much as my other lenses. Simply a narrow area of ??use.

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