« on: March 31, 2012, 06:36:43 PM »
the tokina 11-16 f/2.8 is an extremely nice lens; if you're going for a lens of that focal length for APS-C, and have the money for the tokina, it's basically flawless
I have to disagree with the "flawless" adjective. The Tokina has considerable more chromatic aberration than the Canon. I tried them both before settling on the Canon. I'm not saying the 10-22 is without any CA, but it is less than the 11-16. Lightroom has a lens profile for the Canon lens and so removing CA involves a single mouse click. There is no lens profile for the Tokina in LR so removing its CA is a pain in the patutti!