will the rf 24-105 F4 be useful for indoor poorly lit situations?

Started 10 months ago | Questions thread
logan ross Regular Member • Posts: 440
Re: will the rf 24-105 F4 be useful for indoor poorly lit situations?
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phatgreatwall wrote:

without going to the EF mount with 3rd party lens, looks like the RF F4 would my only reasonably priced choice for everyday lens, I have the rf 35 and sometimes find that it's still not wide enough for indoors. i also have the sigma 14 1.8 and find it too wide and distort the edge quite a bit, so seems like 20mm -24mm would be the sweet spot for me. however wondering what everyone's experience with it being F4 and for indoor and will it provide enough light to capture indoor kids activities?

I agree that a small bounce flash like the Canon EL 100 is the way to go. Note that even with RF 1.2 glass, I use flash for good pictures indoors any anything remotely close to low lighting.  This is because subject movement and “too thin” depth of field are too problematic otherwise.

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