Lens for Museum

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James Stirling
James Stirling Senior Member • Posts: 4,522
Re: Lens for Museum

Although museums tend to be low light scenarios they are not pitch black . The "art" tends to be illuminated to facilitate folk viewing it the subjects are also typically static. So a combination of a wide { ish }  field of view { such as your 24-105mm at 24mm } , which allows one to use slower shutter speeds { with IBIS }  a static subject and very good ISO options , will allow for good results in most situations.

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