denny2020

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denny2020: I'm still a bit confused. Doesn't a 50mm 1.8 at F1.8 at ISO 100 give the same shutter speeds on a full frame verses APS-C sensor for the exact same scene? If that's the case how is adding these somehow give you a stop faster with respect to shutter speed? Are they saying the a 50mm 1.8 with their booster will be faster on a APS-C camera compared to the same lens on a full frame alone?

Thanks ir Bob for the response. So does a 50 mm f/1.8 with a these boosters yield faster shutter speeds for the exact same scene on a APS-C camera vs a full frame camera? I still not quite wrapping my head around it. If the amount of light gathered onto the sensor is a function of focal length, would a wide angle converter in front of the lens yield this so called boosting effect as well? I heard an explanation that the boosting effect comes from gathering the light from the FF lens that has been cropped off by the APS-C sensor but doesn't the FF camera get all the light anyway from the FF lens? Something just doesn't seem to add up.

Link | Posted on Jul 6, 2013 at 14:01 UTC

I'm still a bit confused. Doesn't a 50mm 1.8 at F1.8 at ISO 100 give the same shutter speeds on a full frame verses APS-C sensor for the exact same scene? If that's the case how is adding these somehow give you a stop faster with respect to shutter speed? Are they saying the a 50mm 1.8 with their booster will be faster on a APS-C camera compared to the same lens on a full frame alone?

Link | Posted on Jul 6, 2013 at 03:48 UTC as 19th comment | 7 replies
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Toanisanidiot: Why no Fuji X Mount?? =[

I'm still a bit confused. Doesn't a 50mm 1.8 at F1.8 at ISO 100 give the same shutter speeds on a full frame verses APS-C sensor for the exact same scene? If that's the case how is adding these somehow give you a stop faster with respect to shutter speed? Are they saying the a 50mm 1.8 with their booster will be faster on a APS-C camera compared to the same lens on a full frame alone?

Link | Posted on Jul 6, 2013 at 02:01 UTC

Since the part acquisition of Olympus by Sony, would love to see focus peaking for video mode. But also the ability to adjust the exposure during video recording.

Link | Posted on Oct 6, 2012 at 02:45 UTC as 4th comment
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