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  1. Because of the limited budget at the moment i guess im going to buy a roxsen focal reducer (Matthew Scott talks about it on his site). One thing i have in mind is that i am probably never going to invest on panasonic lens. If later i decide to switch that would be one less of a pain in the ass
  2. As far as i can see there is no focal reducer with electronics (auto focus) for Nikon lenses. Not a deal breaker anyway! But i guess im right...am i?
  3. Hey Fritz. Right now (even if the kit lens is weather sealed....its not like it is in my plans to shoot in the rain for example :D) my plan is getting the body only and keep the two series E with a focal reducer. Later, if ill have to shot an event, ill be getting the sigma 17-50 f2.8 (because of the limited budget). Those Nikons you mentioned i know them but they are too expensive :|
  4. I know that with that lens image is stabilized by the 5 axis in body + the lens stabilization but with vintage lens the body stabilization still works, right?
  5. Hey Jonpais. No, no! Probably i gave you the wrong idea I know that in most cases Kit lenses are not very good (altough the nikon 18-55 vrII, for example, is sharper then i would have expected) but in this case i just wanted an opinion if even tough it is only 100€ if i should get it or not (a zoom lens always come in handy i guess) or if its too bad that i should for example wait and get the sigma 17-50 f2.8 nikon mount (budget wise). sigma 30mm i know that it is a good lens but right know i have the Nikon series E 28mm 2.8 thats "more or less" the same mm wise so before investing in another prime i think ill get a constant aperture zoom. Thanks for your response! PS: I read that you have a G85...are you enjoying it? (menus and operation wise)
  6. Thanks for your reply mercer. Yeah, as i said i love the image (D5300 = D5500 in that aspect) but in my opinion this camera is a nightmare for video recording and the panasonic has focus peaking as zebras for example and that matters most to me than the 4k and IBIS (of course these are a plus). Yeah i know. My question was kind of "well...with the kit lens the price is just +100€...should i buy it anyway?"
  7. Hey guys. I would like to get some opinion on this. I have a Nikon D5300 and i only use it to record video. I also have two kit lenses 18-55 and 55-200 and two primes 28mm F2.8 series E and 50mm 1.8 series E (i never needed more glass to be honest so i didnt invest in other altough i was thinking on buying the sigma 17-50 2.8). I love the image that this camera can produce (i use Flaat_11) but it is a NIGHTMARE to use it while filming....grrrr. Im thinking about getting a G80/G85. So my question is: as long as i want to keep my primes (i like the seres E) is it worth it to buy with the kit lens (12-60)? (im going to sell the zooms and the nikon body) What you guys think if i buy a focal reducer Nikon-M43 and use it with only Nikon glass? Thanks in advance guys.
  8. Hey to you all! This is my first post here so...be nice to me! I have a Nikon D5300 and i only use it to record video. I have two kit lenses 18-55 and 55-200 and two primes 28mm F2.8 series E and 50mm 1.8 series E (i never needed more glass to be honest so i didnt invest in other altough i was thinking on buying the sigma 17-50 2.8). I love the image that this camera can produce (i use Flaat_11) but it is a NIGHTMARE to use it while filming....grrrr. Im thinking about getting a G80/G85. So my question is: as long as i want to keep my primes (i like the seres e) is it worth it to buy with the kit lens (12-60)? (im going to sell the zooms and the nikon body) What you guys think if i buy a focal reducer Nikon-M43 and use it (in the future as well) with only Nikon glass? Thanks in advance guys.
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