Anyone have experience between this strap and the blackrapids?
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My wild guess.
1. The EFs 10-20 is selling well in US, bringing a higher margin.
EF M 11-22 will be better in performance, lighter, equally or better in build, and much CHEAPER...
I sold my Sigma 10-20 soon after the 11-22 news release..
2. EF M is selling much better in other part of the world compared to US.
I think this is the crux of it. The 11-22 is the lens that actually interests me for the M line. I'd like to see a size comparison of this lens with M attached, a rebel or xxD with 10-22 attached, and 5D/6D with 17-40 or 16-35 attached. Ultrawide is where it is at for mirrorless -- no autofocus challenges, smaller size due to flange-back and mirror and all that fanciness.
They won't keep it out, they are just using this to drive interest in the M in the USA. Look at how nuts everybody here just went over the $299 sale. I can't wait to buy one of them used for $200 after the M2 or whatever gets dropped, and the 11-22 will be sitting on B&H shelves by then, I'm sure.
I was going by the description in the link which says the guide number is 110. I assumed that to be 110 feet rather than metres but I could be wrong.
fair enough. I guess you can say im referring to a "secondary" camera. Something to use when you don't feel like hulling around all the gear or when you're not allowed