.sa = bad driver!
- Nov 8, 2004
- Back in Saudia
- SEAT Leon FR
Oh you'll certainly get no argument from me about that (I nearly bought the Sigma 20mm f/1.8 while I was in the US). There were a lot of cases where I had to settle for only having heads in the shot because I was already pressed against a wall and couldn't back up anymore, and a particular situation where a gentleman was holding the door open for someone I was filming, and kept it open for me as well, but I couldn't rush forward to walk through the doorway because then I couldn't keep my subjects' bodies within the frame! :lol:I'll challenge that though and say that 35mm primes are even better for crop cameras. 50 just gets you too close.
The ultimate video lens for my use would be a prime in the 15-20mm range with a fast aperture, short MFD, silent AF motor, and image stabilization. I have a feeling I might be waiting a while to get a wide lens with that last feature, though...