But I read that 1.4 is softer than 1.8 at f1.8 and f2.0, so if I buying this lens for video, which is better 1.4 ais ? or I need to try searching for 1.8 ais ? I understand, that almost everything depends on what I want ? if I need one extra stop for f1.4 or not ? My answer is not really, but if 1.4 is sharper than 1.8 so I'm taking 1.4, but the problem is that I read that 1.8 ais is very sharp, but I can't find it...
ebay.com i'm searching nikon nikkor 50mm f1.8 ais, but mostly there are ai versions and ais pancake versions, I think my search isn't good enought :( also I can't find this lens in kenrockwell.com, so i'm a little comfused :/
Nice tips, first time when I heard about golden hour I tought it's amazing, now I'm starting to shot some wideos, I don't konw a lot about video, but I'm trying to improve my skills here is one of my first entries in filming, here was golden hour and talking about these tips I've read here, some of them is there, I'm feeling very great about that :) Maybe you guys can give me some more tips to improve my filming skills ? :)