I am currently using my Canon 6D with either the 24-70 f2.8 ii OR the 16-35 f4L IS to do my filming. However, I find myself using more of the former as it is a lot more versatile (in terms of getting wide and detail shots). Got a couple of questions regarding stabilisation here:
- What is the most compact + easy-to-setup stabiliser that I can use with my 24-70 cam? It has to fit into my Kata 3N-20 bag for shooting vacation videos (personal, not paid work).
- Would the result of the choice above be better than using my 16-35 f4L IS in terms of stabilisation?
- Alternatively, if I were to get the Tamron 24-70 VC, how is the VC compared to Canon’s 16-35 f4L IS? Also, will I be seeing a visible drop in video quality – comparing the Canon 24-70ii to the Tamron? I find it hard to get samples online, as those on YouTube/Vimeo are terribly compressed and don’t look as good as it should.
- Are there YouTube videos that teach me how to improve my stride when doing tracking shots (either side to side or front to back)?