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canon 35mm f2 vs canon 24-70 f4 (FOR VIDEO) IS is a must

 
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Dec 04, 2015 00:55 |  #16

Amadauss wrote in post #17806671 (external link)
Just curious what programs you are using for stabilizing in post?

Heya,

Virtualdub + Avisynch + Deshaker. Free. Works well. I don't do commercial though, otherwise, I'd use something a little more robust, like incorporated into aftereffects or something (Reel Steady looks really nice, it's just stupid expensive).

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Dec 04, 2015 15:48 |  #17

Chris8806 wrote in post #17803064 (external link)
the most important is stable non shakey shots when I'm filming (without a tripod/stabilizer) i like the 35 because it is F2 which would be great in low light and has nice background blur, but the 24-70 I'm sure has better quality throughout (build and footage) but is only F4.

Why do you assume the 24-70 f/4 has better quality throughout? The 24-70 is a great lens and the build is certainly better than the 35mm but the IQ of the 35mm f/2 IS is first rate and compares favorably with many of the best 35's out there. In fact Dxomark, which gives the 24-70 f/4 excellent ratings for a zoom lens, gives the the Canon 35mm much higher marks for sharpness. Don't dismiss the 35mm f/2 IS because its not an L lens. It may not have the build of an L lens, but it has the image quality of one.


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