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I've been waiting for this lens to drop back down to this price for a couple months now. I missed out on it the last time around, so I thought I'd post it for anyone else that might be looking. https://shop.usa.canon.com/shop/e...efurbished

This Lens is widely regarded as a "must have" lens for crop sensor Canon owners that want to shoot landscape or cityscape images. I've been wanting to try it out for some real estate photography, an area in which its also supposed to excel.
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Great find!
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Good lens for a good price
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Is this better than the 16-35 f4 IS on an APS-c camera? 7D Mark II to be specific.
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Just FYI - This a well made review for this lens.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4o4oMf3AvI
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Is this better than the 16-35 f4 IS on an APS-c camera? 7D Mark II to be specific.
Depends on what you are doing with it. The overall aperture is going to be smaller (slower) since the 16-35 F4L is a 4.0 across the whole range, while this tops out at 18mm with 5.6. So you will not be able to get much depth of field, but for things like wide cityscapes or landscapes it will not matter. Portraits will not excel unless, again, you dont care that you cant blur the background at all except in the case where its a mile away from the subject (such as outdoor shooting with a distant horizon). Its also a little tight for portraits (you will need to be on top of them to fill the frame).

the 16-35 F4L is, also, a lot more expensive and an L lens which will give better optical results overall (clarity, distortion, etc will be much lower)
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Wish I could have got it for this price, but I was in a hurry this summer. As a beginner to dslr cameras this was the first lens I bought (skipped the kits) because I needed a landscape lens for a 3 week national park road trip. This lens will give you the extra width that's necessary to view the vast space in landscape photography. It was also helpful when taking my first selfie ever as it allows you to place yourself in view at arms length and your background (like the grand prismatic at Yellowstone). It was embarrassing to take a selfie, but I think this lens worked very well for that use too if you're into doing that.
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What happened to the rest of the camera?
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Is this better than the 16-35 f4 IS on an APS-c camera? 7D Mark II to be specific.
They are two entirely different lenses! With the 16-35mm F4 IS you are going to get a 26-56mm lens. A wide angle to "normal" zoom lens with constant F4 aperture.

The 10-18mm gets you a variable aperture 16-28mm lens (35mm equivalent). If is a ultra wide angle to wide angle zoom lens.

Yes the build quality is also different between the two.

Frankly, on a APS-C camera it makes no sense to use the 16-35mm lens.
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How good would this be with large group indoor photos at the wider ends?
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Best lens I have ever owned!
Had this on my SL1 and it took professional grade pictures,
Now I'm moving to 80D, it is even more exciting, fast focus, sharp image
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Talked out a friend originally going onto L lenses. Bought this one instead and is quite happy about it.

If you are shooting a Txi, or 60D 70D and don't see yourself upgrading to FF in near future, don't waste the money. This is good enough. Most people can't use UWA well anyways, and things like distortions, coma, corner sharpness etc, are not important to you either. Buying glasses is addictive, shop smart
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I would love to have wide angle lens for shooting landscape pictures when I visit the national parks. However, I wonder since nowadays we have "panorama" thing on the smartphones and the editing software(if I take picture with DSLR), do we still need such wide angle lens? What could the lens bring us? Please advise, thank you!
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First lens i got after switching to Canon. Simply in love with it. I have it on the T7i and shoot mainly family and the kids.
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