Exciting times for FF cameras

Started Sep 11, 2012 | Discussions thread
fwellers
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Re: Exciting times for FF cameras
In reply to Zone8, Sep 11, 2012

Zone8 what are you talking about ? Do you even know ?

Megapixels has way more to do with file size than sensor size. Same with print sizes.
Going FF is more about IQ and DOF.

You should do a little research before suggesting someone is perhaps a pixel peeper.

Zone8 wrote:

The real question is do you NEED a FF camera or is it just a want? Most people only produce small prints - even larger ones are mostly only up to A3 size and there is no need for FF for those sizes - even if a crop is made from the smaller sensor.

Or are you perhaps a pixel peeper who likes to only view onscreen highly magnified images? Just examine your real intentions carefully - you could, in the real world, save yourself a lot of money as everything FF is obviously much more expensive and of course - you may well need a computer big upgrade to deal with the much increased file sizes!

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Zone8: Although I am a handsome geniearse, when I stand in front of a mirror, I vaguely recognise the ugly idjit standing on the other side!

LINK: For B+W with Epson 1400 (and other models) using black ink only PLUS other useful tips:
http://www.photosnowdonia.co.uk/ZPS/epson1400-B&W.htm
Cleaning DSLR Sensors, including Kodak DSLR Factory Cleaning method:
http://www.photosnowdonia.co.uk/ZPS/KodakDCS-sensorcleaning.htm
Solving back/front focus problems on Sigma and most other DSLRs
http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1027&message=35565277

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