Hey all, I'm sure there are a million lens questions here. But this is what I'm running / owning right now.
I have the following:
Flycam Nano DSLR
An assortment of filters
So, I really like the width of the 15-85mm on video but the speed leaves something to be desired. I just have a hard time shooting indoors with that high F-stop.
I have a baby enroute and was considering upgrading for a new prime ... but there is so much competition in the 50mm equivalent space on the 1.6 crop factor bodies.
Sigma 28 /1.8
Sigma 30 / 1.4
Canon 28 / 1.8
Canon 35 / 2
While I like the Tokina 11-16, I just think i Need something versatile for photos + video. I plan on making videos in the coming weeks of my child's birth, the inside of the hospital, etc. I probably don't need full width that i get with my 15-85mm, but you know.
Any suggestions on how to round out my kit with 1 new lens? The 15 sucks at 30mm because the barrel hold is poor and any movement on the flycam or even handheld will cause shifting. If I keep it at 15mm on the low end I"m ok but other than that and i get focal creep which in turn messes with my F-stop since it isn't constant.