Recently started doing some DSLR videos for a website.
For testing purposes I got a t5i with Sigma 50mm 1.4F lens. Most videos are in low-light settings.
I've been using a tripod and it's worked fine for my purposes, but I'm moving to a different approach. I want to use a shoulder rig, and the lack of IS I think will make the video a bit jittery when moving around.
Since there will be times I'll have a camera guy film me while I ask a person interview questions on the field, I expect the need of a wide angle lens, and zooming may help in certain scenarios.
I've been looking at lenses and the following have come up.
Canon Lens 24-105 4F IS L Lens Canon Lens 24-70 2.8F IS L Lens Sigma 17-70 lens 2.8F OS Lens Tamron 24-70 2.8F VC Lens
The reviews I've been reading don't mention how their image stabilization compares to one another. Is one better than the other? I'm leaning towards the Sigma, only because I'm happy with the intial 1.4 I have. Videos reviews online all swear by the 24-105 Canon. Flash/lighting is not an option, think live bar music events. If I can get a good setup, I'll be updating the camera body to get cleaner high ISOs.
I'm not opposed to third party brands like Sigma, so if there's anything better than 2.8 with a nice zoom range, please point me in that direction.
Thanks for the directions in advance.