IQ on the 12-60 kit vs 12-35 ii?

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OP thetrystero Regular Member • Posts: 141
Re: IQ on the 12-60 kit vs 12-35 ii?

magnesus3 wrote:

The advantage of the 12-35 is that with the 2.8 aperture, you can leave the primes at home.

f2.8 is not bright enough for leaving primes at home in many situations.

i was gonna say... 2.8 is only half a stop brighter than 3.5. even my 14mm f2.5 only just barely works inside museums sometimes for video at 1/50 shutter speed (24fps). i didn't mention this in the post but one of the rationale for me not being too excited about the slightly faster aperture, only that it was constant.

I've yet to see how 1.7 performs.

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