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Patrick Vernae

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  1. thanks. yeah, I figured longer focal lengths would minimize bumping the camera during the animation process.
  2. thanks everyone, i'll look into the old nikon nikkor lenses. Are their any particular "essential" focal lengths i should consider?
  3. thanks for the advice, i'll likely go with a wide angle stills lens. Also, would zoom lenses be adequate for stop motion or would it be more practical to use fixed prime lenses?
  4. I'm looking to get a lens to use for a stop motion film and am not quite sure on the type of lens to use. Would it be recommended to us a cine lens or a stills lens? Would their be any benefit to using a cine lens over a stills lens? I'm currently using a 90mm macro lens and am looking to get another. Any informative advice would be greatly appreciated.
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