For a large part of the time, autofocus is not as useful for movie shooting as it first appears. When shooting movies, manual focus can appear more natural and is therefore easier to watch for a viewer.
All EOS cameras that feature an EOS Movie mode have had a form of autofocus that works in Movie mode, however their method of focusing meant that the autofocus is neither smooth nor natural during recording.
The discount program expires March 29th. Save up to $200 via mail-in rebate on a set of selected Canon “L”-grade lenses at B&H Photo. There are more lenses on sale than pictured above.
The rebates on selected Canon DSLR bundles are also expiring March 29th,
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Amazon US has the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II lens, also known as the “nifty fifty”, on sale for just $99. Note that the price shows up during the checkout process. Compare to $125. Free shipping in the US.
Though this is an inexpensive lens, and a lens made entirely out of industrial plastics (except for the optics), it is well-regarded for the bright aperture and the surprising (given the price) optical performance. In other words: That’s a lens every Canon shooter should have in his or hers bag, and at that price it is a no brainer.
Tokina Cinema AT-X 16-28mm T3.0 (left) and Tokina Cinema AT-X 11-16mm T3.0 (right)
Adorama has Tokina’s new Cinema AT-X lenses available for pre-order. Both lenses are expected to ship April 2014.
- Tokina Cinema AT-X 16-28mm T3.0 – pre-order for $4,499
- Tokina Cinema AT-X 11-16mm T3.0 – pre-order for $1,899
Product description and specifications after the break.