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Canon EOS 500D Test Video Full HD with Lens 50mm f1.8

Un petit test rapide du Canon EOS 500D avec l’objectif 50mm F1.8 canon
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Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18-55mm IS II Kit Lens with FCPX Grade Test

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Canon 10-18mm STM Ultra Wide Lens Review & Video Test

Canon 10-18mm STM Ultra Wide Lens Review & Video Test

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Let’s start this video off and talk about the build quality of the Canon 10-18mm STM.

Now this Canon 10-18mm STM is actually quite different to a lot of other ultra wide lenses. Traditionally they’ve been very heavy and quite large.

The Canon 10-18mm STM on the other hand is incredibly light and almost a petite lens.

But I don’t mind that, I think it will be great for travel.

Some of that weight loss is due to the fact that we’ve got a plastic mount on the bottom, rather than a metallic mount.

That’s a little bit disappointing, but just be careful when you put it on, and you’ll be ok.

As we move along to the front of the Canon 10-18mm STM, we’ve got a nice zoom ring which is quite large for the size of the lens and also, just like many other stm lenses, a very nice focus ring. It’s full time manual focus as well.

One other feature i’m very happy that they’ve included is Image Stabilization.

Sure on an ultra-wide lens it might not be so important, but it’s very nice to have especially for video work.

Now normally in my videos, I like to test out the bokeh of the lenses I review, but it’s not so much of a thing with the Canon 10-18mm STM

Because we’ve got such a wide angle lens and relatively slow aperture, it’s quite difficult to get any sort of out of focus area.

But as you can see here, if you get close enough to your subject you can get a bit of bokeh.

But that’s not why we have this lens is it.

Now I’d like to demonstrate the focal range of the Canon 10-18mm STM for you.

Now a typical kit lens on a crop sensor body like the Canon t3i or 70d, generally starts at 18mm which is good for day to day photography.

But as you can see the Canon 10-18mm STM finishes at 18mm and goes all the way back to 10mm, a really really wide angle.

Again here it is at 18mm.

Now at 14mm.

And all the way to it’s widest angle of 10mm.

Pretty impressive.

Now to be fair, this isn’t a lens that I’m going to use everyday. So what purposes are good for this lens.

Well this lens could great for a few different things. For instance Real Estate photographers nearly always use wide angle lenses to increase how large a room or property looks.

Ultra wides can also be used for landscapes and weddings and another great use for this lens could be on a stedicam or gimbal for video work.

Add in the Image Stabilization and STM motor and it could be a perfect match up for moving video.

Let’s talk about the image quality now.

Overall i’ve been really quite impressed with the Canon 10-18mm STM, especially for the price.

It’s decently sharp and all focal lengths, especially if you use Image stabilisation.

We do have a little be of Chromatic Aberration, but nothing we can’t fix in post and it is quite easy to get flares with this lens, especially if you knock its aperture down.

Distortion is actually handled quite well for an ultra wide and there are many charts online to show you the varying levels of it.

One thing to note is that unless you have a tripod, this lens might not be your best bet in low light conditions. It’s max aperture of f5.6 is getting on the slow end and might result in grainy or blurry images.

Overall i’ve been very impressed with the Canon 10-18mm STM, and when you now consider the price as well, it becomes very attractive.

Amazon have been selling this lens for as low 9 which compared to the competition, is incredibly low.

It’s almost at a price where you could pick one up to have in your bag for a just incase moment.

Sure it’s build quality isn’t like a tank, but for the price, it doesn’t need to be.

So overall i’ve really loved this lens, it’s a real bargain for anyone who wants to get started in ultra wide angle photography.
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Best Cheap Canon & Nikon DSLR Lenses 2017

I’m going to go through some of the Best Budget DSLR Lenses so you can decide which one you will be best for you.

But anyway, let’s get started. So today’s question asks “I’m looking for a few good cheap lenses for me new DSLR, which would you recommend”

Well you’re in luck because there are a lot of good qualityy cheap DSLR lenses availablele. First off, if you’re looking for a versatile lens, don’t look past the lens that might have come with your camera called a kit lens. Generally these come in 18-55mm kit lenses sizes which means that they can go pretty wide at 18mm and zoom in further to 55mm.

Now they don’t have the best image quality, but they’re usually pretty light and are very convenient. By the way let me know in the comments section below, which camera do you think is the best 4k camera and why? and I’ll take a look at your comment.

If you’re looking to get a blurry background you’ll want to get a lens with a wide aperture of f2.8 or lower. One of the most popular lenses is the 50mm 1.8. Both canon and nikon make these lenses and they’re great for portraits.Canon just released the 50mm 1.8 stem which has great autofocus as well so works well for video as well.

They come in at around 0 but if you’re after something even cheaper you could take a look at this lens here. This is the Yongnuo 50mm 1.8.This is essentially a clone of the Canon version, and only costs about on Amazon.

If you’re looking for a really wide lens, you could take a look at the Canon 10-18mm STM. It’s a brilliant little lens with very good autofocus as well. But if you’re looking for probably the best all around walk around lens, I’d suggest the 18-135mm STM. The 18-135mm STM has a really wide range, starting wide at 18mm and going all the way to a telephoto lens at 135mm.

That’s can be good for sports and wildlife and even some portraits although it doesn’t have as wide an aperture as the lenses I talked about before. So they some of the best Budget DSLR lenses.

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Fotodiox EF to EOS M Lens Adapter Review and Test Footage

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Review and test photos/footage using the Fotodiox EF to EOS M lens adapter. Use all your existing EF lenses on Canon’s first mirrorless camera. All footage captured using the EF 28-135mm lens. In addition, a Kamerar SD-1 Slider Dolly was used to assist in the video footage.
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