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Standard Crop Lens Test for Canon DSLRs

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In this video we take a look at some of the options that could be considered a standard lens for crop sensor DSLRs: Canon 35mm f/1.4L(http://bit.ly/EF35mm-14), …


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  1. Because its not soft. It creates bokeh, but you can see 'distortion lines' in the bokeh, whilst in the other bokeh, you dont see those 'lines', and it fades where there would be lines. Thats why he called the other lens "creamy"… Basically, you can have lots of hard edged bokeh in a cheap 21.4, and less but soft bokeh in a good f2

  2. Well, sometimes I simply have to disagree. Kai is a nice guy but sometimes his love for L lenses is annoying and pulls down the whole reviews quality. In my op. he simply talks about things that are not relavant for much too long

  3. Hi welcome to digital rev you must be new. Let me be the first to welcome you. They have not only dropped cameras they have went out of there way to destroy cameras. Look up the durability test videos.

  4. wich lens do you recomend to get smooth, sharp and bright colors a sunny day outside when you're filming a person from 3 meter distance in action – when some1 maybe jump trampoline, ski in the mountains?( I have a Canon 550d )

  5. I think the point Kai uh I mean the "Producer" is trying to make is that shooting with a cropped camera is like shooting with a handicap, or like walking with only one shoe. You're not going to have the same experience and your feet will hurt more.

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