24 Jan Manual Focus Lenses for Video: Which Work Best for You and Why?
I love manual focus lenses, mostly because of the tactile grip on the lens and the clicks of the aperture that envelops you thinking about its mechanics and what it’s doing for you to get the shot you want. I’ve mostly used an old Nikon 50mm f/1.4 lens which is similar to an 85mm on my X-T20. It’s great for portraits. I’ve always thought that you’d need some super skill to shoot video with manual lenses until you realize most videographers and filmmakers worth their salt shoot with no focus assistance and they do it manually. In this video, Brandon Li takes us through the manual focus lenses he uses and why.
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