Canon EF-S 10-22mm F/3.5-4.5 Lens - WOW!


I owned a Canon 400D SLR for almost a year, and then upgraded to a Canon 40D in September/2007 ... and subsequently put up a page comparing the Canon 40D to the 400D. Both of these have APS-C size sensors of 22.2 x 14.8 mm which results in a 1.6x focal length. Since this (effectively) makes your lens longer, it is great for telephoto work and the EF-S 55-250 lens ... but not so for wide-angle. Fortunately, Canon introduced the EF-S 10-22mm Lens in November/2004 that is designed specifically for these types of cameras, providing an effective focal length of 16-35mm ... and wide is wild! ;-)

Canon EF-S 10-22mm lens captures Dirk's Big Air!

Another not-so-good sledder and Canon 10-22 goes skiing!

Brother Kris digs deep into the powder at Snowbird, Utah

Kyle boogie boarding in Hawaii

Hulk'in Halloween Decorations at full-wide on 10-22mm lens

Thanksgiving gathering with Canon 10-22mm lens

Black-browed Albatross on West Point Island, Falklands

180° view of the Hawaiian Beach using only three (very overlapped) 10mm stitched images

Red-Eye Flight captured while camping in Colorado with EF-S 10-22mm lens

17-85 lens required six stitched images for this Double Rainbow - could been done in one with 10-22mm lens!

Blooming Crabapple tree at Midnight - 30 seconds at F/4.0 @ 3200ISO with handheld pop flashing to light the tree




The Canon EF-S 10-22mm lens is reasonable in size - 3.3" in diameter and 3.5" long, weighing 13.6 ounces. The field of view varies from 63.5° to 107.5° - the later is awesome - be careful you don't get your feet in the picture! Aperture varies from F/3.5 at 10mm wide-open to F/4.5 at 22mm. While it isn't cheap (I paid $700), the build quality seems solid and it is a ton of fun to shoot!

The Canon EF-S 10-22mm Lens




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