Why does nikon....

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BirgerH
BirgerH Senior Member • Posts: 4,259
Re: not false
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davidib17 wrote:

Mako2011 wrote:

For example. Every DX lens can be used exactly for the focal length it is labeled on DX and many FX cameras. The manual that goes with the lens explains the output results.

A DX 35mm lens can not, and will not ever be able to take a picture at the same zoom length as a FX lens on a full frame camera set at 35mm, no?

Davidib17, a 35 mm lens has a focal-length on 35 mm regardless of the sensor (DX or FX).

The zoomed or cropped Picture depends on the sensor-size - using the same focallenght. Thats the Angle of View - and is greater the bigger sensor (wider Picture on the plate)

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