Wich lenses for DSLR video shooting "declick or not?"
I got a shoulder rig for my Canon 60D and I'm about to buy a few new lenses to film in lower light situations.
My question is; what are the best lens buying options for a DSLR video shooter?
I did some of the research myself and found out that there is a technique called "declicking" It removes the jumps in your aperture when adjusting it to a different light setting. It goes very smoothly and makes it able to move from a dark room to a light one without seing it. The problem is that you need to have a lens with a manual aperture ring. But for video such a lens would be great !
With al these things said are there anny lenses available good for video with a(n) ?
Manual aperture ring
Standard focal distance
Lower light situations
If not what would be a good option/replacement for a DSLR videoshooter?
Feel free to comment, give some suggestions or ask some questions !
|Post (hide subjects)||Posted by||When|
|Apr 19, 2012|
|Apr 20, 2012|
|And I'm feeling all fingers and thumbs by Dutch Newchurch|
from Your City - Coffee Break
|Stitch that - macro by Beatsy|
from Household objects- Macro only
|Fiddling Around by garyjb|
from Concert musician playing
|wet red by George Veltchev|