Lens Fisheye Canon

Lens Fisheye Canon
What is a good (as wide as possible, but not fish eye) lens angle Canon EF-wide?

Ive got the full frame 5D So Im looking at EF compared with EF-S. I really like and want to get the effect of shear angle Ive seen around the 14mm L lens but cannot really afford £ 1,500. I wondered if there was a slightly cheaper alternative EF.

It really depends on the camera. For cameras that can take EF-S is not the Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5. Tokina, Tamron and Sigma also make lenses that are truly comprehensive work on all Canon Digital Slr (though it might bullet cameras full frame 1.3 x). The Canon 10-22mm is the lens to get for these cameras. It has great picture quality. For a more comprehensive real EF is the 14mm f/2.8 L. I rode this goal a couple of times. I can not say exactly what is really worth it, but if you really need it, that is the goal to achieve. Then there is the 15mm f/2.8 fisheye, but did not want a fisheye. I have the II 16-35mm f/2.8L as my wide angle for my camera image and 1.3x Replaced my 17-40mm f/4L. Both the 16-35mm and 17-40mm lenses are great. The 17-40mm is the best value for a landscape shooter. But also the need f/2.8 for indoor shots, I have maintained the 17-40mm and bought the 16-35mm. In general, the best value for EF wide-angle lens, is 17-40mm f/4L. It has great picture and does not cost much. I had mentioned third party lenses before. Usually avoided. While they may be cheaper and have good drink, does not always work to update the bodies later. Sigma seems have most of the problems of quality control. Tamron is a little better and Tokina lenses are probably the best third. There are other third parties, but I often see Sigma front of them. (Zeiss recently announced a mount to work with Canon. Zeiss are excellent, but I think it has announced an ultra wide angle in the ZE mount yet.)

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