Pretty good if you can handle some minor annoyances
23 June 2014
Summary: This is a great lens by any consumer standards, and while not as great as others say, still a good lens by professional standards. Given the price, all of the following issues can easily be excused, as many more expensive lenses have the same problems. This 22mm lens's main issue is vignetting.
Summary: First tests of this lens are a bit disappointing as image quality is not as good as expected. Still, because it is a fixed focal length, pancake-style lens, it makes my Canon M3 as compact as possible and delivers better image quality than a smart phone - just not as good as expected.
Summary: RAW, tripod stabilized image inside a dim church looked equally sharp as the kit lens. The kit lens image seemed just a bit dimmer though. It might be faster in lowlight than the kit lens but it has terrible focusing in low light and a large amount of the shots came out, out-of-focus.
Excerpt: Bought this lens based on many favorable reviews and find it useful, but with a few notes worth mentioning:
Thought I would use for Video - however the focus motor is a bit louder than the 18 - 55mm Lens. Focus is also a bit slower with the 22mm than the Kit Zoom.
Summary: Good compact lens to keep on the camera for everyday use. A fast lens (f2) but the auto focus especially in low light is unusable. Overall I am happy with the lens but I use manual focus ring.
Conclusion: Ingick som kitobjektiv med en EOS M. OBS: Kan INTE användas på kameror med EF (fullframe) eller EF-S-fattning (APS-C sensor).
Autofokusen är ok vid stillbildsfoto, men långsam vid video.
Så pass tunt att UV-filter och motljusskydd fördubblar tjockleken!