So you could waste time meticulously comparing gear specs on the go!
omg this moire on the jacket...
IEBA1: I'd love one of those Zeiss cinema primes for the 5D thrown into the mix here. http://blog.ieba.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/Picture-2.png
I mean, it makes no sense to me to have good glass (even a non-L canon lens intermixed with the quality of L and Zeiss lenses) that clearly has a very high resolution somehow be "not good enough" for video where there's line skipping, moire, and aliasing. If anything vDSLR users need to be adding softness, not sharpness. But every vDSLR user I talk to who is series about video completely shuns the still camera glass as totally inferior and goes after the cinema primes. I'd love to see them on the chart compared at full still image resolution to see what they truly offer.
Wow you're so clueless. Cinema lenses have cinema bokeh i.e. smooth mostly achromatic bokeh. And linear many bladed aperture. Also no dslr lenses exist with 12mm focal length and T1.3. and other things like better flare protection, better mechanics for manual focusing, color matching for a set, precise focusing distance markings, no focus breathing , T2 zooms with crazy range and nice bokeh etc etc
Just compare bokeh of zeiss master primes, espessially on oof highlights and any wide angle dslr lens. Dslr lenses are inferior in that aspect.