Equivalent focal length for MFT lenses

Started Apr 12, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Equivalent focal length for MFT lenses
In reply to s_grins, Apr 15, 2013

s_grins wrote:

KenBalbari wrote:

rrr_hhh wrote:

As for the rest, I hate these equivalence debates and won't go further. You have been caught of guard stating that the F stands for focal length while it isn't and you are now trying to rationalize this, using the term aperture in a way most photographers won't use it, unless they are into optics and lens design. Just admit you have goofed with that minor thing,  like I admitted myself above.

But all I was saying is that the f in f/6.7 stands for focal length.  That is correct.

Ken, please stop it.You're doing a great disservice to those whom you wnt to support.

F/5.7 is not a focal lens, it is aperture.

Nobody here thinks that aperture is a diameter of the opening in iris (please wikipedia this word for yourself- iris).

Stop Ballsh^tting and begin to learn things you do not know.

The f-number N is given by:

N = f / D

where f is the focal length, and D is the diameter of the entrance pupil (often called the aperture). It is customary to write f-numbers preceded by f/, which forms a mathematical expression of the entrance pupil diameter in terms of f (a symbol denoting the focal length), and the f-number. For example, if a lens's focal length is 10 mm and its entrance pupil diameter is 5 mm, the f-number is 2 and the aperture size would be expressed as f/2.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F-number

I am surprised by just how much Wikipedia does not appear to contribute to the forum ...

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