If you are going to get a full frame L lens for a crop camera get one of the 24-x lenses, and then buy a Ef-s Ultra wide. 24-x is fine for an outdoor zoom in wide open places. Save buying the ultra-wide full frame lens for when you buy a full frame camera.
That makes sense, and incidentally is exactly what I did when I decided to buy glass to prepare for the move to full frame later on. I had the Tokina 12-24 f/4 DX at the time, a bombproof piece of kit that was!
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