Full Frame vs. Crop Sensor for Amateur Sports Photography

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OvinceZ
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Re: Full Frame vs. Crop Sensor for Amateur Sports Photography
In reply to Edward NJ, 8 months ago

I've done a couple of fun runs. You really need two cameras with different lenses attached to do these events. One with the 70-200 or similar and another with 16-35 or 24-70. That way you can cover the start with the tele and as they approach switch to the wider angle. The 60D or 70D might be worth considering. Used cameras are cheaper, too. Ideally the tele can be used with the 
C size sensor and the wide on the full frame. There you go, this is an expensive hobby.

Vince

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