Is it better to have a low F Stop or image stabilize lens? Mirrorless cameras have given us great advantages in IBIS (In Body Stabilization) so having fast aperture lenses makes it better to film in low light. Yet, for those who have a camera without image stabilization, your shaky camera footage can be distracting to your viewers, so having a lens with image stabilization WILL HELP.
The problem is, which one do you go with???
I look at two of my go to lenses that have fast apertures but one with image stabilization and the other without. The lenses in this video are the
Hopefully I can provide some insight for you on which lens to go with depending on what kind of camera and setup you have.
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