Buying new lens, Canon 10-22

Discussion in 'Canon' started by jazu, Apr 20, 2008.

  1. jazu

    jazu Guest

    Right now I have Canon XT, Sigma 18-200, 17-55 kit (which I don't use it for
    now)
    I'm going to buy Canon 10-22. I'm not sure, will I still enjoy Sigma 18-200?
    Will it be still usefull for me?
     
    jazu, Apr 20, 2008
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  2. jazu

    Cynicor Guest

    The 10-22 mm range is VERY different from 18-200. Obviously so, but I
    personally use them differently. With 18-200, you see a shot, and zoom
    in to frame it. With 10-22, you will be walking around to get the right
    look for your shot a lot more. It can be really rewarding to isolate a
    foreground object with the short focal length, because it will really
    change your perspective.
     
    Cynicor, Apr 20, 2008
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  3. A friend of my asked me what I thought about the 18-200. I told him that I
    would probably not have it even if I get paied for it. He bought it a week
    later. Today, about 9 months later, he have finaly concluded that the lense
    was useless.

    So if you want quality, stick with the 10-22 if that is the other choice.
    But, as other has told you, the 10-22 is a completly different sense.
     
    Jørn Dahl-Stamnes, Apr 20, 2008
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