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T Stop v F Stop. For those users who are accustomed to seeing the T-value displayed when using EF lenses for digital cinema, it is possible to switch the camera to display either the F-value or the T-value. This is important for those that shoot on movie sets and prefer to know how much light is passing through the opening of the lens and actually making it to the sensor. T-values are the traditional measure of light reaching the sensor in video production, while F-stop is the measure of light in still photography. The ability to see the F-stop helps those transitioning from still to video shooting.