So I have been shooting a while and am competent.
I currently shoot on a 40D.
17-85 f/4 IS
70-200 f/4 IS
300 f/5.6 IS
So I now wish to go with a 10-17 / 10-22 Wide Angle/Fisheye.
But this is where i come a bit unstuck.
Do I stick with tradition and go for the Canon 10-22, which isn't particularly sharp and not really the best lens for the money.
Sigma 10mm fish? Anyone used this?
Tokina 10-17mm fish? I don't want too much CA as post production is kept to a minimum.
Tamrons 10-17 option? not too clued up on Tamron, other than their glass is made by Nikon now?
Please don't say the 15mm fish from Canon, results with a 1.5x crop aren't pleasing.
Do you have any suggestions? I'm going to be using this for shooting skiing in the Winters and Landscapes with a little skate/BMX in the Summer.
I'm not set on fisheye as it lacks some versatility and can give unpleasant architecture results.
What would you suggest?
I know wheels and wax may be a better place for this but I thought I'd see what the gurus here have to say.
Any examples would be appreciated too.