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04-09-2012, 07:19 AM   #1
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Why AF isn't needed by HDSLRs doing Cinematic video

And by this I mean the shallow DOF stuff...not the wide DOF stuff you get out of a camcorder or P&S that you do for family videos which HDSLRs are *NOT* as good with but people seem to keep trying to do it

Check out this review of Zeiss vs. Canon lenses by Vincent Laforet (who can afford to shoot w/ $10K Red Epic cameras yet uses manual focus)...
New Zeiss wide angle SLR Lenses – and how they stack up against their Canon EF counterparts

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