Getting to grips with sensor sizes, thanks to B&H

Started Jan 9, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Rowland Scherman New Member • Posts: 10
Getting to grips with sensor sizes, thanks to B&H

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Rowland : The 2/3" EXR CMOS sensor . How big is that, in mm?
The 2/3" EXR CMOS sensor is an antique way of describing sensor size.
Larry C:  Hello Rowland. My name is Larry, and I will be glad to assist you.
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Rowland:  The sensor size system ought to be standardized. To mm x mm.
Rowland:  Not alphabet soup, like CMOS or inches like the 1950's TV sensors
Rowland:  Get what I mean?

Rowland:  It's up to you, Larry C to fix this. The world of photography will bless your name.

Rowland:  Well, I guess this is goodbye for now. Nice talk. Please visit my site at
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