a6500 + 18-135 for indoor video?

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Maxzoom Regular Member • Posts: 293
Re: a6500 + 18-135 for indoor video?
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So on On The Mark is on the mark of course. Just to add to the statement "Also, for video, you are going to want to get some decent LED lights."

Thr studio might already have bright lighting because it is a work area but if you need temporary light a couple of the old fashioned 500W halogen floods, the ones without the movement sensor are a cheap way to fill in shadows by fitting a flying lead and putting them each on a stand and beaming them at the ceiling for diffusion. I keep just such a kit in my attic for the odd occasion when its needed. The LED lights have the advantage that they wont over heat a small room and the extra cost will pay beck if they are goint to get enough usage in the future.

Best of luck with your shoot and hope the art sells well.

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