SURVEY - Do FT / mFT users know the difference from "full frame"? Replies wanted!!

Started Apr 26, 2013 | Discussions thread
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RealPancho
RealPancho Senior Member • Posts: 1,291
Re: Yes and no (or is it no and yes?)

forpetessake wrote:

RealPancho wrote:

It was fine until this line.

Admittedly, I wound up spending a pretty fair amount on the kit I've assembled, but the equivalent in "full frame" would have cost even more.

And that where you are wrong. The equivalent lenses for small format are actually a lot more expensive. How much does the 25mm f/1.4 cost?

Yes.

Now compare it with an excellent tiny Nikon 50mm f/1.8, sold at $125 new.

Why? I don't want this tiny lens if I'm going to affix it to a bloated monstrosity.

What is equivalence in practice? -- Add a speedboster to it and you'll end up with 25mm f/0.9 equivalent lens. Such is the huge advantage of FF. The only actual deterrent for FF to become once again the most common format is the price of the sensors (estimated at $300-500 now), but the prices will inevitably go down, the processing power of on-board processors will go up.

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Frank

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