Shot entirely on the EOS R with the 10-18mm lens.
(Except for that one clip, which is an exception).
My previous simple vid on the Canon 10-18mm lens seemed to get some interest, so I thought I’d expand upon this with a full-fledged vlogging video for those of you interested in purchasing one. While I didn’t quite get it for the sole purpose of vlogging, I figured there might be some useful info here for those that are interested.
Previous 10-18mm vid:
Terminology (aka “What the hell did he just say?!?!”)
EF-S = A type of lens meant for cameras that use APS-C sized sensors, which is smaller than full-frame cameras. Cannot be used on a full-frame sensor.
STM = Stepping Motor. Just a fancy motor that’s virtually silent when the lens it focusing.
IS = Image stabilization. Pretty straight forward.
F/4.5-5.6 = That’s the aperture size (f/[Number]). Works just like the iris in your eye, the smaller the number, the bigger the aperture/iris.
I didn’t mean to go so overboard with terms without any explanation, lol.
Canon EOS R
Canon EF-S 10-18mm F/4.5-5.6 IS STM
Shure LensHopper VP83F
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