Oh yeah. I have the 550D and AF in video mode is really slow/annoying with the noise. I always go with MF while video-recording.
Canon EOS 550D. 18-55mm. 50mm f/1.8 II.
Auto focus in video mode may not be available in all camera systems but is very convenient when you are not used to manual. That is if course you are willing to accept the "sometimes innaccurate" auto focusing if based on the listed models
Interesting. So lens only give us a change in perspective? Assuming you do not need to shoot far reach, would a UWA, 18-200mm (or 18-270mm), a FE lens, a dedicated macro lens and a TS lens covers all perspective without the need to get the better quality glass?Originally Posted by Rashkae
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sorry guys, correct me if i'm wrong. 550d has HD video recording with sound and HDML output so can connect to TV and watch? (:
The only time I find autofocus useful for still shots was when shooting fast moving object... static object basically don't need af (for me)...
Also I would believe what you are looking at is a EF-S 18-200mm IS lens. This is a good travel lens. Quite sharp, but don't expect it to be 'L' lens quality. In fact many other lens such as the 15-85mm is sharper... but convenience wise, this is a great lens, especially when you don't want to keep changing lens.
look to this website for lens comparism,
And also read up reviews in dpreview, cameralabs, etc for better understanding of cameras and lens.
Oh... and yes, D7000, 600D, 550D, A55 and A33 all have full HD recording capability.
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and one thing i heard is that, correct me if i'm wrong, for nikon wise, if got example you have D3100 DSLR, you only can buy D3100 lens to replace it, you can't buy any other nikon model like D3000 len for the D3100 camera. as for canon, you can use other lens model of canon camera like 600d onto a 550d camera. am i right? (:
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Did you go to the Nikon website and see a whole section on "D3000 lenses" and "D3100 lenses"? No, right?
Did you read A SINGLE REVIEW before posting this nonsense? Really, all you need to do is show some initiative, read ANY D3100 review and you would have your answer.
Please learn to educate yourself!!! This way you won't be dependent on spoon-feeding, or getting your head filled with nonsense like what you posted.
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