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Thread started 23 Apr 2018 (Monday) 11:52
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Apr 23, 2018 11:52 |  #1

Good evening all my first post on the foruim xo)


Simply put it I am starting to film weddings and I also film walk through for housing company's

Now I currently use a dji x5 pro raw but now i want to step it up and use the cannon that I have ?

Now I am struggling with a lense ?

I am requiring 1 x lense that is wide angle and will take everything in I.e with no blur around the edges ...for example filming 2 people getting wedded on a tripod etc
Now the lenses I have are the ef 200 mm and 50mm 1.2 but these are for when I am shooting wedding photos etc


In a nut shell I want to just have a lense that will serve me well for general filming if it's possible regards and thanks




  
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Apr 27, 2018 09:08 |  #2

So you are looking for a wide lens to video with?

Canon 16-35 available in F/2.8 or F/4.
24-70 Canon mk2 or Tamron G1/G2.

An okay lens would be the 24-105 F/4. Sigma version is way better then the soft Canon version with just okay IS.


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Apr 30, 2018 07:33 |  #3

Any softness issues of the 24-105L are not likely to be important for 1080p video.




  
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