Depends on the theatre, where you're sitting, what you're shooting, etc
Typically anything indoors you want a wider lens, but for performers you want a something closer to 50mm, 35mm being a happy medium
Obviously a fast lens will help your wide shots but you're not going to be able to do much with a lens- the camera is what matters here. You're on an ASP-C so you're already fucked.
Just seems like a strange question- for the cost of a couple of good wide fast lenses you could just buy a FF body and get what you need 10x better>>3332084>is this thing any good?
Any camera is fine for a newb. It's hard to reach a cameras limits before reaching your own>what kind of pictures do i take?
Whatever you want. Typically snapshots and trash for the first 10,000 shots like every other photographer>or is it just point and shoot
It's a fairly good low-end entry level DSLR, there's not much you can't shoot with it>>3332774
4k wasn't a thing til recently. Hence any camera (and phone) more than a couple years old wont have 4k because there was no market or need for it
That, and almost every DSLR is designed for photography first, video second
Despite all that, 4k is fairly common now>>3332796
This is nonsense. Any company who don't eat the tax get raped by competition who do. However they do typically inflate the price abroad to compensate, especially true in electronics. International trade doesn't work like that.>>3332877>When should I use a polarizer?
Whenever it benefits the shot. Common uses include>Reducing glare from water or glass>Reducing light to help expose longer>Reducing glare from leaves in sunlight in nature/woodland>Increasing saturation in all of the above>Reducing the sun/sky if graduated
Keeping it on all the time is dumb because you're just reducing your aperture or shutter speed or increasing your ISO to compensate for no reason