Equivalence, at its most simple, is a way of comparing different formats (sensor sizes) on a common basis. Sounds straightforward enough, but the concept is still somewhat controversial and not always clearly understood. We thought it was about time we explained - and demonstrated - what equivalence means and what it doesn't. Learn more
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Sep 21, 2012 at 17:23
This article tries to provide a practical guide on how to estimate the maximum strength of background blur for a given camera / sensor type.
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