The latest crop of 4K cameras have been rolling out for some time now, but the next step is the release of a new crop of film lenses.
There are currently five different models of film lens that can be mounted on your camera, ranging from 4K, the next generation of digital cinema, to 3.5K.
We’re currently testing the best black and white lenses for any kind of shooting adventure, and the one we’re most looking forward to is the 5D Mark III.
The 5D III, which is coming to the iPhone 6s in March, will be the first smartphone with a built-in, 4K sensor, making it the first major release in the crop.
So how do these 5D II lenses stack up?
Let’s take a look at some of the best, most versatile 5D lenses to use with the iPhone and iPad, and which ones are most suitable for the 4K world.
Black and White 4K Camera The black and gold 5D series of lenses are known for being some of Sony’s best 4K lenses, with the 5Ds and 5Ds Mark III having been out for quite some time, and each of them has its pros and cons.
The difference between a 5D and a 5Ds is that the 5DS has a more expensive lens, which means that its image quality is significantly improved.
The lens used on the 5ds Mark III is the Zeiss FE 70mm f/2.8 ZE, which costs £7,000 (about US$12,600) and comes in four different focal lengths, which you can change to suit your needs.
The lenses can be bought as a standalone kit or as a kit that includes a tripod, a case, and a lens hood, which are all included.
The build quality is excellent, and with the right accessories it is very easy to get these lenses up and running.
They are lightweight, which helps keep them in the camera bag, and they are fairly cheap, as well, costing around £1,200 ($2,300) for the 5d II and £1.40 ($1.90) for a 6d.
The price difference isn’t too big, but it is still a bit steep compared to a similar lens costing around $2,500 ($3,100) on Amazon.
That said, the lens is still more than sufficient for most applications, and it has become a popular choice for many people, particularly those who use the iPhone as a professional camera.
The 4K image quality on the iPhone is great, and while its built-into camera can’t be changed, it still works well enough to be a very solid choice for most situations.
The most popular lens for black and black 4K is the Pentax K-1, which comes in five different focal length options, including the F2.4 APO (which we’ll be testing later in this article), the EF-S 50mm f2.0, the EF 50mm F2, the F1.8 APO, and AF-S 40mm F1, and also the EF 70-300mm f4-5.6 IS II.
The F2 is the widest of the bunch, which allows for some pretty impressive images, and for the price is certainly a good choice for a DSLR.
There is a slight downside, however, as it is one of the more expensive lenses to buy, and that can lead to some very noticeable image noise.
The Pentax 5D Mk II is the only other option for a black and silver 4K camera, and is also one of Sonys most popular lenses.
This is a smaller, faster lens that is slightly cheaper than the 5s, but is still the best choice for those who want to shoot on a smaller sensor and have a wider field of view.
It is still not a true 4K lens, and its image noise is a big problem for those with a smaller aperture.
For more details on how to use the Pentacam, check out our previous article on the Penta 4K Lens.
Aperture Range The Pentapetal 50mm (APS-C) has a very wide aperture of f/5.7, which makes it ideal for wide-angle shooting.
You can get it with a 24mm equivalent, which offers great depth of field, and f/8 for macro photography, or f/11 for longer telephoto shots.
The focal length of the Pentapental 50 is a nice upgrade from the f/4 in the 5.5D and 5D, and gives it a bit more versatility.
It’s also the widest focal length you can get with the Pentamax, which lets you get a wide range of focal lengths for a wide-open lens.
It offers a very good balance of stopping power and bokeh, and even the longest lenses