Canon Bravo Canon!

Mar 3, 2013
John Griggs
The price/peformance ratio of this lens is amazing. This would be something that would make the EOS-M a much better system camera with a quite good ultrawide at a bargain price. This lens outperforms a perennial favorite of mine the Tokina 11-16mm in terms of IQ I think.

DXOmark review here: DxOMark - Canon EF-M 11-22mm f4-5.6 IS STM lens review: good all round performer

Not sure why Canon doesn't sell it in the US though. Sheesh.
 

Biro

Hall of Famer
Aug 7, 2011
Jersey Shore
Steve
I think I read that they're not bringing it into the U.S. because the M is all but dead in this market. I don't know if that's true. But if it is, Canon should take a leson from Fuji's book and continue to work to improve the M line via firmware updates.
 

zapatista

Veteran
Jul 28, 2012
Denver, Colorado
Mike
I've used and flipped (thank you Canon USA for not selling this lens) 4 copies. All of them have been great and the IQ seems much better than the 9-18mm Olympus that I bought a couple weeks back, though some of that could be sensor based. It's a great wide-angle lens.
 

afrat

New Member
Sep 14, 2013
I've used and flipped (thank you Canon USA for not selling this lens) 4 copies. All of them have been great and the IQ seems much better than the 9-18mm Olympus that I bought a couple weeks back, though some of that could be sensor based. It's a great wide-angle lens.
Are you flipping them in the states? How are you getting a hold of them?
 

MingTyhMaa

New Member
Oct 13, 2013
Lafayette, CA
Hello,
I have a Panasonic GH3 and Panasonic 7-14. I've always liked the features that Magic Lantern brought to the Canon bodies, including focus peaking and automatic bracketing. Has anyone switched from the Panasonic 7-14 to Eos M with the 11-22? I'm being thempted by current prices.
 

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