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    1. I think he had a different video from the same shoot a week or 2 ago but focused on different topic

  1. First prime lens (after kit lens) I got Canon ef 40mm f/2.8 STM. I am using it on Canon’s aps-c camera, so it’s 64mm. And it’s so called pancake lens, very small and my dsrl looks like with no lens at all 🤦 Good for travel and street photography. Very nice and sharp photos.

  2. Sony A6400 still worth it in 2023 Or go for other options????? Plz suggest ❤️❤️🙏

  3. Perso, j’ai un TT artisan 50 mm 1.2 en micro 4/3.
    Franchement ça fait des bokeh de fou juste magnifique et permet justement d’avoir plus de lumière surtout pour un lumix g80 micro 4/3!!

  4. I got the ef 50 1.8 as my first prime lens, nowdays i kinda use my 35mm 1.8 more cause i like to include a little bit more context. Still some of my favourite pics of my family are made with the ef 50 1.8. Also when i started out it was so cheap and therefore not a big commitment into a new hobby.

  5. So, you have switched to Canon. So, I have to unsubscribe. I don’t want you to influence me to switch to Canon. Thank you for all your previous videos. They were great!

  6. Started with a 70-300mm zoom with crop nikon body cause I wanted to capture birds, then I shifted to canon crop body with 50mm f1.8 STM prime and that was my first prime lens. and now, I am using sony a7 IV with 85mm f1.8 and 24mm f1.8 combo and decided to skip the 50. I wish to get a 35 though, still want to capture birds but sony zoom lenses are way more expensive and out of my capability!

  7. I had 50/1.4 on my canon, now i have 55/1.8 for sony and on the cheap side i have the best lens of all, helios 58/2

  8. I didn’t used to like 50mm prime as a lens to use, but I always tell people to get one because it usually is the cheapest large-ish aperture lens you can get(my first was an old AF Minolta 50 1.7 I got used for less than $100 for my old Minolta Maxxum 5D, I still have it and I use it sometimes with my A7IV for giggles). On crop camera I think the perspective is just too narrow and I ended up only using it rarely for portrait. Also they seem to suffer from too much min focal distance, unless you use a 50 Macro or something. Now on full frame I have a 55 1.8 Z for Sony and I honestly love this lens, the perspective on fullframe is more usable and that particular lens is pin sharp, and cheap used. Most of them time I try to think beforehand on what to pack between a 55 1.8 or 85 1.8 depends on what I am shooting, and pack a wide angle 20 or 24 as a companion. Walkaround though I think I still prefer something just a tad wider, 40 my normal go to.

  9. My first lens is a 50mm f1.8 from Yongnuo and still loving it till today
    Used it on by APSC Canon DSLR and now on my Canon R10. My 2nd and other only lens is the 24mm f2.8 for landscapes
    Love them for street photography.

  10. Really Need to learn from you alot pierre ❤
    Thanks for inspiring me ❤

  11. Hey fellow Chicagoan, I always used full Frame camera except when I was shooting video with the Canon C200. I’m a Canon guy for sometime, although when I was working in Television News we used Sony BetaCam ( yeah that long ago). But I do have a Canon 35mm stm which is a pretty good lens to have around and cost about $300 @ KEH

  12. I started out with a Minolta 50 f1.4 with manual focus. Great bokeh and vintage look. Furthermore the aperture really helps in low light.

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