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    1080p
    no colorgrading
    no sharpening
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    nikon nikkor ai-s 50mm f1.4, adapter novoflex
    canon 35mm f1.4
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    Quote Originally Posted by adammada View Post

    there ya go.

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    Very nice shots. Also a great statement for fast quality primes.


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    thanks!
    1080p on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Wiqe_i25Jk


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    Primes are great, problem is IMO that your position is fixed. The best lenses IMO are Telephoto Zooms . You have the inexpensive ones that you have to deal with that are slow and constantly changing apertures, but you have the higher scale ones $700+ that have fixes apertures that IMO can be better than primes.


    Primes are excellent, but the thought of running around with 5+ lenses at $400+ or more a pop can get you a very nice Canon L zoom lens. Now this is my opinion and not fact and would like to hear other peoples thoughts on this


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    Yeah but you can't get 50mm at 1.4 or 35mm at 1.4 on any zoom.

    If you don't need that fast though a Canon L 28-70 f/2.8 or Canon L 70-200 f/2.8 are fantastic and having used them, they probably are better than most primes that cover those ranges in terms of overall image quality, you just can't go faster than f/2.8


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    Quote Originally Posted by tears2040 View Post

    Primes are excellent, but the thought of running around with 5+ lenses at $400+ or more a pop can get you a very nice Canon L zoom lens. Now this is my opinion and not fact and would like to hear other peoples thoughts on this


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    You will need more than one Canon L zoom to cover your range from say, 16mm to 400mm. At around $1,000 to $1,500, 3 lenses may cost you $4,000 and they are bigger, slower, and heavier than primes. Many ways to look at the equation. Most important is the end result.
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