Question about Cameras
I would recommend a fast medium focal lengh prime for dimly lit scenes, such as a 50mm f/1.8 or 85mm f/1.8. The 50/1.8 is really cheap, still very sharp! The 85/1.8 is a fantastic lens for portraits.
For daylight scenes I would recommend a zoom lens, with a range from ~17mm to ~55mm.
In order to avoid motion blur by camera shake, always try to keep your shutter time to 1/focal lengh or shorter. That is, if you shoot with a 50mm lens, you should use a shutter time of 1/50s, or shorter.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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