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Question from a CanonCameraGeek reader: Can you actually effectively use polariser filter on canon ef m 11-22mm lens?
Thanks for asking about how well a polarizing filter will work on the Canon EF M 11-22mm lens. In terms of focal length and angle of view, the EF M 11-22's closest cousin for Canon APS-C cameras is the EF-S 10-18mm lens.
The EF M 11-22 lens is one of the series of "M" lenses Canon makes to use on the M series of compact crop sensor mirrorless M cameras. The 10-18 EF-S lens is made to fit on the same crop sized sensor, but on the APS-C DSLR cameras like the Canon 90D.
The equivalent angle of view for the EF M 11-22 is the same as an 18-35mm lens would give you on a full frame camera. The angle of view is about 63 degrees when zoomed to 22mm and about 106 degrees at the 11mm focal length.
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