Discussion in 'Canon EOS' started by eos 10 fan, Aug 19, 2007.
I suppose that this lens should be recommended specially for FF cameras. In bodies with crop factor the 10-22 should be the best option, isn`t?
Assuming it is a real improvement of the last model, this will be a dream UWA lens. Judging from the recent future i.e. 16-35/2.8 II and 85/1.2 II, I tend to suspect it will.
Why do they call it an Ultra-Wide Angle Zoom?
"I suppose that this lens should be recommended specially for FF cameras. In bodies with crop factor the 10-22 should be the best option, isn`t?"
You can't really compare these lenses. The 14mm is a very fast prime lens about three times the price of the much slower 10-22 zoom lens. Of course the extreme wide angle of the 14mm is designed for FF. However I do use my 14/2.8 (a much less expensive Sigma) regularly on my 1D2 body as well.
I am honestly not sure WHAT is the point of this lens. What was wrong with the 14/2.8L-I?
Not enough profit, so re-release with an increased price?
I guess a 10/2.8L would have required too much engineering?
And with the $2200 price tag that Amazon had the other day, it's a bit too pricey.
>> What was wrong with the 14/2.8L-I?
weather sealed, lead free glass? shaper, better resolution? Well, one thing for sure is better to have more choices/updates than none.
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