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Re: 10-18mm on an APS-C

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I want to strat stepping up as I can afford and replace my "kit" lenses with better glass slowly. I want to get back into the game again. I took some fairly epic shots with my old Film SLR and had decent glass for it. I just got a older Eos Rebel to start that had a mix of lenses then a few years later landed the 7D for a song with only 100 ish shutter count. Then got the 28-135.  Then had a few oddball lenses I've bought didn't  like and sold. But my goal is to get 2 decent lenses a lower power and a decent higher power glass over the next year. So if it's worth stepping up to the 10-22 I'll do that.  Being on disability with an expensive hobby is fun some days. Lol!! 

 

*Edit I reread everything, looks like the 10-18 is the better choice.. blame pre coffee brain in the AM. 

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Re: 10-18mm on an APS-C

OK, all the best. Smiley Happy

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Re: 10-18mm on an APS-C

Ordered a refurbished 10-18mm today. Should have it after Thanksgiving. 

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