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Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM SLR Lens for EOS Digital SLRs
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- 10-22mm wide-angle zoom lens with f/3.5-4.5 maximum aperture for EOS digital SLR cameras
- Superior AF performance and speed, with full-time manual focus with the turn of a ring
- Close focusing to 9.5 inches; fills the frame with subjects as small as 3.6 x 5.4 inches
- Circular aperture design produces natural highlights
- 1-year warranty
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|Aperture Control Design||Aperture controlled by camera|
|Compatible Lens Hood Part Number||EW-83E|
|Compatible Mountings||Canon EF-S|
|Focus Type||Ring-type ultrasonic|
|Included Components||Front & Rear Lens Caps - 90 Day Refurbished|
|Item Dimensions||3.31 x 3.31 x 3.54 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.7 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||0.85 pounds|
|Lens Type||Zoom lens|
|Macro Focus Range||0.24 m|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Limited 1 year|
|Material Type||Plastic barrel, Metal mount|
|Maximum Aperture Range||F3.5 - F4.5|
|Maximum Focal Length||22 mm|
|Maximum Format Size||APS-C / DX|
|Minimum Focal Length||10 mm|
|Minimum Focal Range||10 mm|
|Number of Diaphragm Blades||6|
|Number of Elements||13|
|Number of Groups||10|
|Photo Filter Thread Size||77 mm|
|Real Angle Of View||34 Degrees|
|Shipping Weight||1.35 pounds|
|Style Name||Lens Only|
|Zoom Type||Motorized Zoom|
From the Manufacturer
- Excellent optical quality and true wide-angle coverage with select digital SLRs
- Superior AF performance and speed, with full-time manual focus by simply turning ring
- Close-focusing to 9.5 inches -- fill the frame with subjects as small as 3.6 x 5.4 inches
- Relatively compact size and light weight for an ultra-wide zoom lens
- Inner focusing system (no front element rotation); length doesn't change if zoomed
- Circular aperture design -- natural highlights, even stopped down two stops
- Electronic diaphragm -- manually-set apertures stay constant from f/4.5 thru f/22
- EF-S lens mount -- exclusively for EOS 20D and Digital Rebel bodies
Style: Lens Only
Top Customer Reviews
I use this lens on a 30D body, and I always keep it on hand if I'm doing any indoor, or tight group photography. It is the perfect solution to the perennial problem of not having enough room to capture all the kids at a birthday party in one shot because your back is up against a wall. This lens will just about get your toes into the picture at the widest setting, yet delivers tack sharp, colorful, and contrasty images. The auto focus is spot on, silent, and fast. It is a must have lens for the active amateur, or any pro using a 1.6 crop factor camera. You simply can't beat this lens with anything available on the market today.
That beng said, do not try to convince yourself that this will make a good "walkaround" lens. It isn't. Even at max length, it is far too short to live on your camera as a standard lens. You need this lens, even if you don't know it yet, but it should not be your first lens, as it will only be used 15 to 20 percent of the time. At those times, it's performance simply cannot be equaled by any other zoom lens on a 1.6 crop factor camera. You will be amazed by the quality of this lens. It rivals the performance of modern prime lenses, presents a bright viewfinder image, and delivers the goods in tight situations.
This is not a casual assessment, nor a Canon "feel good" moment on my part.Read more ›
The 10-22mm is equivalent to 16-35mm field of view using a canon 20D which is not a full frame sensor. With a minimum focal distance of .24m (about 9.5 inches) you can get very close to objects and still get alot of focal width in the photo. There is incredible clarity in the lens. The photos I have taken are very clear with only a slight hint of softening at the corners at 10mm; everything else is sharp after that. There is a little barrel distortion at 10mm but everything else up to 22mm is nice. I have not gotten any light flare in my photos. The Ultrasonic motor is very quiet. The depth of field is outstanding. A slim UV filter helps prevent some slight vignetting at 10mm. With a maximum aperture that ranges from f/3.5 to f/4.5, the Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM Lens is a medium speed lens. I would recommend using a tripod if you are at all unsure about your ability to hold the camera still for action shots with this lens. The lens it's self is fairly light weight. If you are going to use filters the lens requires 77mm.
The lens can produce some interesting distortion shots if you are taking close-ups and are not perpendicular to the object.Read more ›
As with all very-wide lenses, you have to be careful that you don't have people at the edges of the frame or too close to the lens, or they will appear very distorted when taking pictures at 10mm. Also note that a wide angle lens is not easy to use at first to create compelling images, as it's very easy to include too much clutter in your compositions.
- optical quality is excellent (deserves an "L" lens designation)
- uses the higher quality ring-type USM focusing
- minimum focusing distance is very close
- surprisingly lightweight
- very flare-resistant even without hood
- the only option for EOS digital cameras (Rebel, Rebel XT, 20D) to get true wide angle shots due to the smaller APS-C sensor in those cameras.
- It's expensive! But at least it is cheaper than a year ago.
- The lens is a little soft in the corners at 10mm, but is very sharp at 12mm and up.
- Canon has not formally committed to how long they will continue to make cameras and lenses using the EF-S system.
- The lens currently only works on the lower-end dSLR cameras -- the 10D, 1D, 1Ds, and 5D cameras cannot use this lens.
- The hood is not included with this lens, but it's such as ugly hood and the lens doesn't have flare problems, so I don't really think it is necessary anyway.
In 5 years when you upgrade your camera, there is a possibility that it will not support this lens.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great lens. So smooth and fast. The order was fast delivery too.Published 12 days ago by Rebecca
Best camera related purchase ever made. Rarely leaves my DSLR, I love this lens. 12mm is about the perfect focal length -- ok totally unquantifiable statement, but it just looks... Read morePublished 13 days ago by ard arvin
I have been shooting with this for about 1 month now. For the most part I shoot with the lens zoomed ALL the way in to prevent fish-eye. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Scott E. Herman
What a terrific lens!
I understand there is a newer model with a shorter range but new STM focusing that is better for video. Read more
Love that this lens lets me capture photos in low light. The details come out closer and even better than how my eye sees them in low light conditions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by PureLight
I use this with a 30D with excellent results in tight street scenes, building close-ups, very wide landscape scenic shots and indoor group photos. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Malcolm G. Ross
This is my favorite lens. Unfortunately I dropped my camera and broke my last one in half. They are a little weak around where the zoom/focus mounts to the body, but I guess you... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Deryk
I don't know why I waited so long to get this lens. I use it on the 7D and its in my opinion equal to the 17-40 on my old 5D. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert L. Tate