OK ALL YOU full frame camera fanatics

Started Nov 14, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Jim Ford Senior Member • Posts: 1,222
Re: Answer for your "understanding"

Great Bustard wrote:

Jim Ford wrote:

Great Bustard wrote:

Because it is the number of photons that make up the photo, not the exposure, that determine the noise in a photo:

Errm, I was talking about lens 'speed'/aperture, not sensors or noise!

Jim

Whereas I was talking about how "lens 'speed'/aperture" relates to the visual properties of the final photo. I had assumed that the point was photography, not numbers out of context.

There are many factors that relate to "the visual properties of the final photo".

You can talk about anything else you like, including what you had for breakfast, but it won't affect that fact that the the lens aperture is purely a physical property of the lens, and nothing else!

Jim

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