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asked by T. Vu on March 9, 2011
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Joseph Jones answered on March 13, 2011
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T. Campbell answered on June 29, 2011
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If you can afford it nothing could be better than EF-S 17-55 2.8 for 7D. It covers a good range for Landscapes and Portraits.
Ans ofcourse because of 2.8 aperture size you get good bokeh while shooting portraits.

I have 50mm 1.8 too but believe me it is not good for landscapes. 1.6 crop factor makes it 50*1.6mm.
Rajul answered on June 25, 2011
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Merlin answered on November 24, 2011
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If you prefer wide zooms, look for a ultra wide zoom to complement what you already have. Find one that fits your needs no matter who the manufacturer is. With two lenses you could have a whole range of focal lenghts covered from 10mm to 135mm. 10mm may seem impractical but remember that your smaller camera sensor has a multiplier effect that doesn't really give you that wide a range.
Jim Salih
Amazon Customer answered on March 21, 2011
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I also have Canon 7D. I am into same dilemma since I also shoot landscapes. However, we all shoot other pictures and most of us like me are constrained by budget. I liked Joseph's response which is very logical- what do you need it for? I almost purchased 10-22 but realized that is it worth spending over $900 for that glass when your use of that is limited to landscapes. I have 18-200 which I love. I have shot landscapes, portraits and close ups (like macro) and am pretty satisfied with the results. I would like to ask the experts that if Canon 50mm 1.8 be used for landscapes?
Inder answered on May 9, 2011
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It's a great lens. I've had mine for over a year and couldn't be happier!
San Antonio Longhorn answered on November 16, 2011
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Tech Junkie answered on February 1, 2013
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I would suggest the Canon 70-200 f4 usm IS lens. $1100
Family Man answered on February 8, 2013
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For zoom, the 70-300 L series is fantastic. Every day lens the EF-S 17-55; for wide EF-S 10-22mm. For amazing bokeh and low light, 50mm 1.4. FWIW, I own all of these and feel my kit is just about complete. A cheaper version of the Canon EF-S 17-55 is the Tamron 17-50 2.8; I had one of these and the shots I took with it were very, very close to the Canon lens; the only reason I sold it was the autofocus isn't ultrasonic, so its fairly loud - if that isn't an issue for you, the Tamron is great value for money.
Edward V. Hawk answered on February 16, 2013
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