Releasing my inner child since 2016
- Jan 9, 2016
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I love this lol.I'd say its a solid and hardy camera because its been dropped a multitude of times (butter fingers).
Have you looked at other lenses? You'd be able to get that really nice blurry background or 'shallow depth of field' by investing in a lens that has a lower 'f' number. Your current lens goes down to 3.5. Have a look at something that supports a number such as 1.8 or 2.8 - I think you'll be pleasantly surprised what you can achieve!Their focusing and depth of field is not bad.
This certainly affirms the general rule that DSLR sound is crap!! I wonder if someone will suggest a DSLR that has impressive sound quality.The built-in mic picks up the camera's focusing noise if continuous auto focus is in play.
That's good to know.And battery gets low after an hour of recording.
Thanks for this; I'm not a Nikon man so it's good to hear about their cameras.
That's really coincidental that you've raised Magic Lantern! The T2i was my first camera and I installed the Firmware in order to try monitor audio straight from the camera. This never prevailed I'll add but I was informed Magic Lantern can be harmful to your camera? Do you know more on this?I use a Canon T2i with Magic Lantern software.
Gives you WAY more room for adjusting ISO, WB, Shutter Speed, AP etc... There are are a ton of features with Magic Lantern.
Works on most Canon DSLR's and only Canon.
ML made my life easier, as well as a fast prime lens.