If you could only have one camera lens, only one camera lens that could give you good low light performance, that is wide enough for establishing shots and has incredible depth of field for close up shots, which 50mm lens should you buy?

Well you guessed it, I would pick a 50mm focal length lens as my one and only camera lens. So if you’re asking if you could only have one camera lens, try out a 50mm! Why is that? In this video I cover my main reasons for choosing one camera lens:

#1: Fast apertures which is NECESSARY for low light
#2: If you have the space to back up you can get wide shots
#3: Perfect focal length for

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Here we go! Sony A6500 low light review for anyone considering purchasing the Sony A6500 as a main camera. I’ve been filming with the A6500 for professional and personal work but the low light performance even with fast glass isn’t the best. You can still work around it IF you have the extra cash flow for noise reduction software which I show in this video.

That’s not to say you can’t use the sony A6500 in low light films, it depends how much light there is, what lens you have and if you can get away with underexposing your scene.

As always leave a comment and i’ll get back to you!

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