Gear Guide / Lenses
- Designed for DSLR Video Shooting
- Ideal with APS-C Sensors
- De-clicked Aperture
- 180º Angle of View
- Toothed Aperture and Focus Rings
- 16mm Ultra wide fisheye lens
- Feature declicked aperture for easy video shooting
- Works with full frame sensors
- Aperture of f/2.8-22
- Fast Wide-Angle Lens
- Full-Frame Coverage
- Geared Focus and Aperture Rings
- “Declicked” Aperture Ring
I love the Sigma 30mm F1.4 EX DC HSM lens for HDSLR video work. On the 7D (and other APS-C sensors) this lens gives me the perfect focal lens. Wide with low distrostion, this lens lets you shoot in much smaller spaces than a 50mm. Not only is this lens wide, but fast! At F1.4 this lens rocks in low light situations and give such a unique look being wide.Note! (*) The Sigma 30mm is Not suitable for any camera with image sensor bigger than APS-C size (i.e the 5D and 1D).
- Very Fast T1.5 Maximum Aperture
- Geared Focus and Aperture Control Rings
- Full-Frame Coverage
- Depth of Field Markings
- Min. Focusing Distance of 12″
The Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Autofocus Lens is a lightweight lens at a mere 4.6 oz (113.5 g). This compact and high-performance, standard lens features Gaussian optics that provide sharp delineation from near to far focusing distances. The color balance is excellent for a standard lens.
I have owned The Canon 50mm F1.4 for several years now and love it. The F1.4 aperture has been essential for low light operating while still remaining lazer sharp. Unlike the cheaper $99 Canon 50mm F1.8, the F1.4 has a much higher quality body casing. The focus rings is larger providing support for follow focus options. This is by far my favorite lens. [Related Video]
- Wide-Angle 24-70mm Full-Frame Zoom Lens
- Built-In Image Stabilization
- Ultrasonic Silent Drive for Silent AF
- Moisture-Resistant Construction
I have worked quite a bit with the Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 and while it is not as sharp as the Canon 24-70mm, its half the price and built like a tank. Sigma uses on lenses featuring optical systems designed to meet the performance characteristics of digital SLR cameras.
The Canon 24-70mm F2.8 is one of the sharpest Lenses I have worked with. It also offers a very smooth focus ring for pulling smooth focus pulls off. The internal focusing mechanism allows the front of the lens to remain stationary and to easily accommodate specialty filters, such as polarizing filters.
- 35mm Selective Focus Optics
- Enhanced Ball & Socket Selective Focus
- Precise Control for Selective Focus
- Interchangeable Optics System
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