APS-C IMAGE QUALITY VS fULL fRAME AT TESTING

Started Feb 24, 2013 | Discussions thread
Sovern Contributing Member • Posts: 907
Re: APS-C IMAGE QUALITY VS fULL fRAME AT TESTING

Donald Duck wrote:

Sovern wrote:

From what I've seen Full Frame to Medium Format is a huge jump while 1.6 Crop to FF is not.

Depends. If you own a crop body only, you would think that FF is a small jump or no jump at all. If you own an FF body, you would think that MF is a small jump even if you never touched one (just go to Nikon FF forums). If you own MF, then you think that everything else is junk.

EDIT: The APS-C format is older than digital but the term "crop" (format) started with the first dSLRs. The reason is that they used FF lenses and really cropped the image. Nobody calls the m43 format crop, or the P&S crop, etc. Then it does not make much sense to call FF crop of MF.

To me it makes sense if they call the 1.6 and 1.4 body's crop body's as Medium Format is a much bigger format.

I've seen FF and Crop Body photos side by side and can't tell the difference. The obvious difference is much better performance in low light situations.

Post (hide subjects) Posted by
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MAC
MOD schmegg
MAC
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MAC
MAC
MAC
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MAC
MOD schmegg
MAC
MOD schmegg
MAC
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MOD schmegg
MAC
MAC
MAC
MAC
MAC
MAC
MAC
MAC
MAC
MAC
Keyboard shortcuts:
FForum PPrevious NNext WNext unread UUpvote SSubscribe RReply QQuote BBookmark MMy threads
Color scheme? Blue / Yellow