Hi all. I'm looking for an inexpensive, stabilized (IS, VC, OS, etc) wide-standard lens for hand-held video. This isn't my bread and butter so price is more important than quality in this case. I'll mainly be chasing my toddlers around. Prime or zoom doesn't matter, but maybe something around 35mm would be a good FoV. Manual focus lenses are fine since there is no AF in video anyway. Used is ok too. I'd like to spend $300 or less if possible. I'm sure that rules out Canon lenses, but I'm not as familiar with the Rokinons, Samyangs, Tamrons, Tokinas, etc. I have heard good things about Tamron VC.
Any suggestions? Does such a lens even exist at this price point? What should I be using for handheld video of kids where a tripod/monopod isn't really workable? Thanks!