This is no more than a quick demo to show the field of view differences when using different lenses using the Sony F3. Plus, it gave me a reason to throw up a couple of shots using the Rokinon 8mm Fisheye!
Sony 85mm T2.1
Sony 50mm T2.1
Sony 35mm T2.1
Duclos Modded Tokina 11-16mm T2.8 (at 11mm and 16mm)
Rokinon 8mm F3.5
Please bear in mind that this was shot by a guy who does not make a living standing behind a camera -- I make a living sitting behind a desk surrounded by cameras. As such, while comments regarding framing, focus and exposure are fair enough they're also going to be seen as a tad grinchy...
The footage was recorded in the F3 at 1920x1080, Cine3 Gamma, ND1 engaged. I tried keeping all the lenses at around a 3.4 but also grabbed a shot with the Rokinon at F5.6 as (by my poor eyes) it looked significantly sharper when stopped down as opposed to full open.
No color correction has been applied to this footage. Straight import to FCP, cut down the shots, titles, export to H.264.
The three Sony lenses are, of course, made for the F3. The Duclos Modded Tokina covers a full frame sensor so the field of view is changed given that the F3 has a Super 35mm sensor. The Rokinon is rated to cover an APS-C sensor, but cleanly covers the F3.
Thanks for watching, questions and comments are always welcome.
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