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| p.2 #6 · p.2 #6 · Undecided between Canon 15-85mm and Tamron 17-50mm (non VC). |
>>What shutter speeds are you seeing?
Inside, with my kit lens and ISO800, no flash, the shutter speed can be anywhere between 50 and 100 (I don't try to shoot when it's too dark, or I use the flash). This would improve with a constant f/2.8, so with the focal lengths I use it should be good even without VC/IS
>>You won't need flash as often. When you do, you will need less flash,
>>reducing glare and retaining more natural color.
OK, just to confirm: when shooting with flash, the camera (let's say my T3/1100D) will meter the available light and it will modify the power of the flash accordingly, only using the necessary amount of flash?
>>I currently own and use both. When I travel or walk around new
>>places, I want the 15-85 with longer focal length and IS, because
>>I'm often in crowds, on buses, boats or other moving platforms.
>>It's about capturing quickly changing perspectives on a wide variety
>>of subjects in different lighting conditions. Indoors where conditions
>>are more predictable it's often the Tamron. I shoot a lot in museums,
>>arboretums, libraries, and churches. No substitute for fast aperture,
>> especially where flash is prohibited. Your nifty-fifty with f/1.8 on a
>>crop body is handy ... but primes can be tough in crowded or
>>limited space venues.
For me, this is very interesting.
>> paralysis by analysis
That's a good one
I'll surely try to avoid it.