The Sony 50mm F1.8 OSS is a staple lens that pairs really great with cameras like the Sony a6000 or a6300. Because of the OSS (optical stabilization) the lens can be used both in video as well as used with slow shutter speeds when taking photos. This video looks at both image and video samples with this lens combination. It's not a complete review as the rest will take a look at the auto-focusing capabilities in a later video.
Do you use Lock on AF? In this video I show you my hands on experience using Lock on AF with the aps-c Sony a6000 paired with the Sony 50mm FE f1.8. 👇Gear List Below👇 I found that the performance of the two were adequate and did well.
Have you ever wondered how the Sigma 50-100 works on both mirrorless and DSLR? In this video I test the Sigma 50-100 on the new Sony a6500, 7D Mark II, and the Canon 1DX shooting high school basketball. Although the lens isn't designed for full-frame, you'll actually be surprised with the results.
I test the raw buffer performance of the Sony a6500 shooting high school soccer. We find out that compared to the Sony a6300, the overall raw buffer on the a6500 is superior to its predecessor. During the several soccer matches I shot, I wasn't only able to force the Sony a6500 to lock up once.
The best YouTube camera and lens combination is possibly the Sony a6500 and the Sigma Art 18-35mm f1.8. The improved overheating performance of the Sony a6500 make it a big contender compared to similar competition like the Panasonic GH4. Plus, an edge that the Sony a6500 has over the Panasonic Gh4, is the IBIS (in body image stabilization).