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Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM : Specifications and Opinions


Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM

The Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM is a wide-angle lens for APS-C, manufactured from 2004 to 2021 (discontinued). The focus is done by Ultrasonic AF Motor (Ring-USM), it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 576 €;
164 users have given it an average vote of 9.0 out of 10.


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This lens is available with the following mounts:

Canon EF: this lens is compatible with reflex APS-C Canon EF.



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 Specifications
 Focal lenght   10-22 mm
 Angle of view   106.1 - 62.3°  (equivalent to a 16-36mm in Fullframe 24x36mm format)
 Format   APS-C
 Max. aperture   f/3.5-4.5
 Aperture blades   6
 Lenses/Groups   13 elements in 10 groups
 Min. focus distance   0.24 meters
 Reproduction ratio   0.17xx

 Features
 Zoom type   Ring, interal
 Stabilization   No
 Focus   Ultrasonic AF Motor (Ring-USM)
 Internal Focus   Yes

 Built and notes
 Tripod ring   No
 Extenders   No
 Filters   77 mm
 Lens hood   Yes (not supplied)
 Weather sealing   No
 Weight   385 g
 Dimensions   84 x 90 mm

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avatarjunior
sent on December 04, 2022

Pros: Flare resistance, weight/bulk, sharpness.

Cons: A bit plastic.

Opinion: An excellent wide-angle lens for purely landscape use. Totally indifferent to flare and f8 very sharp. It is the perfect apsc lens for landscapes remaining in Canon, it is light and even if apparently plastic it is well assembled. Just to be meticulous, with the hood it becomes a bit wide to store in the backpack, nothing special. Mounting a slim circular filter I did not have any kind of vignetting problem.

avatarjunior
sent on September 19, 2022

Pros: Build quality, weight/footprint, AF, focal range, flare resistance, almost no distortion

Cons: 6-blade diaphragm, f3.5 aperture

Opinion: I have owned this lens for about 1 year, purchased used as new for less than 300 €, before writing this review I took some time both in daily use dealing mainly with landscape photography, and reading other reviews to look for similar characteristics or defects with my specimen. A 16-35 eq, has nothing to envy to the older brother series L 17-40 "indeed"... some reviews complaining about AC at TA I consider them senseless, that is, who photographs a "landscape" in broad daylight at TA ? it makes no sense is a lens that should be used always and only from f5.6 to f11 gives the maximum precisely between f8-f11 "possibly" combined with tripod, the IS is not necessary with these focal lengths I managed quietly to make shots at dusk freehand at f8 1/20 apart from this, in my specimen combined with a 70D I do not find loss of sharpness in any focal length used (perhaps because I use it as it should) and present instead the problem of vignetting with CPL filter, or rather the filter can not polarize the entire scene and creates halos, this at 10mm (I own a Hoya Slim) so it is good to climb at least on 12 better 14mm when using it and if the situation allows it, other Pros are listed in particular the resistance to flare is surprising, in fact I did not need to buy the hood and photos at sunset against the light I made several, only note (but you know when you buy) as mentioned on and the variable and max aperture of f3.5 that goes to the detriment of night photography, but not doing much (the Aps-c are not devoted to this genre) is not a big problem, but the raggera of the 6 lamellae is not as beautiful as that of a 9 this yes, in conclusion considering what it costs (in the used market) I would say that it is the definitive ultrawide in the canon house, if you do not want to consider the various tokina, sigma

avatarjunior
sent on April 25, 2021

Pros: Light, crisp, distortions and flares almost absent, precise ring usm focus (you can switch directly to manual without ruining anything), price

Cons: A little plastic (compared to L series), bulky and necessary lampshal - of course - needs ultra slim filters and the highest quality (the normal polarizer at 10mm vignette)

Opinion: The only EF-S lens I held that still makes me hold an APS-C body. For a superior lens on FF you should take the 16-35 f/2.8L II USM. I have tried to make them wide-angle, but this one remains, among the cheap ones, the best ever. It has no stabilizer, but on an equivalent of 16mm I would say it is practically useless. Let's immediately dispel a myth, it is not in the least comparable to the EF-S 10-18, including STM; I am not just referring to sharpness, probably if you take landscape or action photography and are in optimal light conditions you may notice very little difference, but you just have to switch to architectural photography and maybe with critical bright conditions that 10-22 wins without a shadow of a doubt. The 10-22 needs very few lens optimizations in post-production which on a wide angle that collects many details and objects within a frame means little loss of quality. Above 20 megapixels it shows some sharpness limits at 10mm at the corners, especially on high contrast areas (trees on the sky), but all decidedly acceptable. The distortion in interior photography is barely perceptible. It's the only lens I recommend on APS-C, otherwise I switched to L ff lenses only.

avatarjunior
sent on April 19, 2020

Pros: lightness, small size, sharpness, flare resistance, robust construction, 77 filters

Cons: lack of sharpness at 10mm edges, not stabilized (although for a wide it's not a big flaw)

Opinion: Wide-angle zoom lens with EF-S focal. That is, only suitable for APS-C sensors. Therefore, it cannot be used on FF. The autofocus is ultrasonic (USM) as the most emblazoned lenses in the L-series and ensures manual focus without detaching the AF. It has the distance window like all other USM. It's not stabilized. The opening of the 6-bladed diaphragm ranges from f 3.5 to f 4.5. The weight is in line with the non-exceptional size (385 g.). The filters can safely be mounted on this lens and must have a diameter of 77. It comes without a lampshade, to be bought separately, as in the best Canon tradition for "economic" goals. Its current price is around 500 euros. A lens that can certainly not be missing in the photographic set of those who own a reflex with the APS-C sensor and loves landscape photography. The excellent wide angle provides breathtaking views and even at the slightest focal point the distortion is incredibly contained. The baked files are great for sharpness, colors and exposure (high/low lights). It never overexposes frames even in the presence of very intense lights and with a few exceptions the flare (which persecutes several of its competitors) is absent. I read in previous comments that someone complains of poor flare resistance to this lens. Definitely not in my specimen. The autofocus is quick and precise. The brightness is not great (3.5 to TA) but not even a problem. The sharpness at the edges of the frame is also very good and only at the slightest focal point there is a slight drop. Holding the optics you can perceive an excellent build quality in the dials and metal attack. All very sturdy. This keeping a very low size and weight. Clearly, given the focus, it is also a very suitable optics in the interiors and cramped spaces (monuments, churches, museums, architecture in Jan.), considering also its reduced distortion. I personally work in all these contexts and especially in the landscapes where I judge it truly irreplaceable. For my personal experience and for the reviews read on the forums also about the rivals, I judge the 10-22 the best wide zoom installable on a Canon APS-C. The reason why I have not yet abandoned the smaller sensor is that I regret having to undo this lens that has nothing to envy, for e.g., at 17/40 L that I also own on the 6D.

avatarjunior
sent on April 18, 2020

Pros: Light, sturdy, good range of focals, quite luminiso, ability to mount filters

Cons: Sharpness at the edges at the low focals, fairly pronounced aberrations

Opinion: I've been using this lens before the 2000D for a while and now on the 7D mkII, in general I like it, it is versatile to be a wide-angle and at the same time practical, not being neither heavy nor very bulky though.... there's a though. That is, it has a slightly swinging yield, but generally from its worst to 10mm at the edges, they are very soft, not to mention the angles that really make so much pain they are soft that seem moved. But it's to say that you just go up a few mm of focal point and it's better. I recently purchased a 6D as a second body and will probably soon put it up for sale to replace it with the 17-40 to use on 6D. Frankly, I have heard many conflicting opinions about the rendering of this lens and I think that the build quality of this lens is not very constant, or that there is some criticism within it that comes out easily and creates the problems I report. In any case however I did not regret my purchase, because well or badly his work does, knowing the yield he has at 10mm just put a little attention and maybe add a little vignette in the corners so as to divert the look from those 4 points.




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