What's the difference between cine lenses and photo lenses? Can you use your photography lens to film a video? Jabari Holder explains the pros and cons of each type of lens and shares best practices for each.
0:00 – Introduction
0:27 – The Pros of Cinema Lenses
4:13 – The Pros of Photo Lenses
5:53 – Summary
Should you use manual focus or autofocus when shooting video? Using the Canon C70, Nick Brigadier tests various shots, such as the whip pan and tracking shot, to see which type of focus provides better results.
0:00 - Introduction
0:40 - Test 1
3:27 - Test 2
5:38 - Test 3
7:43 - Test 4
9:26 - When to Use Auto vs. Manual Focus
Jabari Holder tests the Sigma 65mm T1.5 FF High-Speed Cine Prime Lens against its 50mm and 85mm counterparts. This lens adds more versatility to a filmmaker's kit while maintaining the build and quality of Sigma's cine primes.
0:00 - About Sigma's Cine Lineup
Once again, DZOFilm delivers new options for high-production-value cinematography, and we at B&H Photo are excited to announce the two new full-frame zoom lenses in the DZOFilm Catta series. Available in white and suitable for narrative, commercial, live, and documentary filmmaking, these cinema-style interchangeable-mount zoom lenses are available in Canon RF, Leica L, Sony E, Fuji X, and Nikon Z mounts, allowing you to swap mounts and mount them natively on most cameras
2,602 Views· Posted 12/26/2019
With ARRI's Signature Series Prime Lenses, cinematographer Michelle Clementine shows us how to light for darker skin tones while filming. Designed for use with full-frame, large-format sensors, the versatile ARRI Signature Primes also cover Super 35.
462 Views· Posted 12/03/2018
Doug Guerra, from B&H, reviews the Sigma 105mm T1.5 Cinema Lens, a fast lens that renders incredibly shallow depth of field, optimized for shooting up to 8K. Watch the video for more features and footage taken with this powerful lens. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.