I would begin to produce videos (coming from the corner of photography) and have a rental company that the above two cameras status (for the same price)
I will be short films, documentary films Promo smaller films and concerts include HDV, I do not, now I stand before the question of which camera to use.
With Canon, I have always been photographed and the possibility of different synonymous Lenses initiated to be able to find good, but they say the viewfinders of the XL 1S very bad, sharpness, etc. to be assessed. In addition, someone tells me the man with the Canon will not rotate 16:9. But do not know why?
The Sonysagt get to the 20% of the image in the display is missing, it is so synonymous with the viewfinders?
What is the difference in Bildquälität?
I hope there's someone in my perhaps silly questions like :-)
Antwort von B.DeKid:
So I would always be a Canon Sonyvorziehen, which I have here so often synonymous already mentioned. Yes the Canon XL1S, the only possibility in a 16:9 frame viewfinders on point but synonymous enough when the material is later cut to 16:9 would like ..... Lending it to you both for about 1 hour walk to the street and just film rum (lights, streets, sky) and then you decide for yourself what your favorite is. But I recommend the Canon Wide Angled to use, so you have a really super look. The handling of the Canon is relative .... to super Tripods - From the hand (eg s.Handgriff held and long s.Boden driven) Stable -on the shoulder .... hmmm ... without shoulder support more suitable only for dwarves ... (I'm about 1.90 m)
Alla, I hope you find your favorite MfG BDeKid
PS. With the EF adapter can be different to your Lenses Still Image s.die Canon equipment screws .... especially recommend the film with L IS lenses And to make sharp .... I always do (usually) on automatic, because I often move filme ..... skaters, MTB (kite) surfing, etc.
Antwort von Helloweenie:
thank you for your answer! yes, I think the advantage Lenses different application, very beneficial to the :-) with the L IS Lenses I did not, thanks for the tip!