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PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2011 1:53 pm 
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I am very happy with my Canon 10-22mm EF-S. I had seriously considered the Tokina 11-16mm 2.8, but decided to try the Canon first. I find the 10-22mm very handy for crime scenes, teamed with a 35L and Macro 100L. The 10-22mm can also be a fun walking-around lens, as the sole lens for the day, though it requires a mental adjustment if one is accustomed to longer focal lengths.

Though the 10-22mm's aperture cannot open as wide as its Tokina competitor's, longer exposures on a tripod make a wide aperture less needed, and landscapes and architecture would, for most folks, be shot stopped-down quite a bit, anyway, to get deeper DOF. (I am speaking from the point of view of crime scene photography, which incorporates elements of landscape and architecture photography.) I often do shoot with my prime lenses at wide apertures, but do not seem to find myself wishing for that capability when shooting ultra-wide.

Having said that, I keep reading and hearing good things about the Tokina, and may well try one, someday. To be clear, I do not consider myself an authority; more like a serious beginner.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2011 10:14 pm 
See here;

http://www.cameralabs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=28476

All with the Sigma 10-20mm F/4-5.6 bar the first one. I agree with what someone else said about longer exposures and tripods.

It still confuses me when people debate whether a landscape lens or any lens they're thinking of using at night should be worth £200 extra when really they should be using it on a tripod, at it's lowest ISO setting, closed down to F/8-11.

Ironically, I didn't use a tripod for any of the images in the above link, it was the hottest day of the year, never felt sun like it.


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