Do you see in APS-C?

Started Dec 28, 2013 | Discussions thread
Red G8R
Red G8R Senior Member • Posts: 1,764
Re: What Ansel Adams has to say on the subject

Yes, I only think in terms of 35 mm equivalence for my photography and always will. For many, it's still the standard and every manufacturer quotes it's equivalence.

I've shot more 35 mm film than I've shot with digital since 2000. I therefore looked at apsc during its development stages as a stepping stone towards full frame. Once Nikon came out with their first FF, the D3, I sold all my apsc bodies and lenses for finally I was back to thinking in 35 mm terms only.

Apsc has come a long way and so have the m4/3 group. But overall I still love FF, not because I think it's better but it brought me back to the photography I knew. And now that Sony has shown that a small interchangeable mirrorless can have a FF sensor, I can't see me ever going back to apsc or m4/3.

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