I suggest you look at the lighting section of the dvxuser forum, and ask there if you don't find your answers:
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Even if they did make the 1D/1Ds the flagship video camera, people would just go and buy a video camera at $7000-$10,000. The draw to the 5D Mark II for video is the $2500 price tag.
So...Canon chooses to announce a video-oriented pro DSLR a month *after* the biggest video show of the year? I don't think so.
Do you have any examples of a video using any of these lenses? They sound awesome,and great value. Would like to see the effect of the flare in a positive way, and also the general tone some of these lenses give. Have you ever needed a faster aperture than any of the lenses your currently using?
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If you use the same aperture is there a difference in DoF between a APS-C and a FF sensor - I know there is a big difference for stills but DSLR film uses just part of the sensor?
Primes just draw better...
like a lot of companies, Canon will milk the European market (especially the German market) for all it can.
Have a look at the sample pictures on dpreview:
They've included shots at ISO 3200, 5000 and 6400.
Find the noise.
thats crazy. I would like to see fullsize shots and raw..
I also doubt they'd debut DigicV in a Rebel. But, I don't know, is there any precedent for that?