Full Frame vs. Crop Sensor for Amateur Sports Photography

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

I am  not sure what your issue is with the AF? I have used 10D, 40D, 7D and now 6D. The 6D has a lesser burst rate than the 7D, but still is more than acceptable for athletics at least.

In most cases I only use 1 focus point for landscape mode, but the disappointing thing is switching to portrait and trying to have the athlete properly located in the photo, but this is also an issue with the 7D.

You learn to use your tools to get the best from them.

I do find that I like the results from the 6D, I did have problems with the 40D and 7D, the results in my mind were not as good as the 10D.

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