Crop sensor vs Full Frame for Wildlife/Birds

Started Jul 4, 2014 | Discussions thread
Calico Jack Senior Member • Posts: 2,306
Re: Crop sensor vs Full Frame for Wildlife/Birds

OldClicker wrote:

For my abilities and with Sony sensors, the extra so called 'reach' of an APS-C is a myth.

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Some would have you believe that having to adapt to new technology is a workaround, but having adapted to old technology is photography.

True.  The image is the same on either format, just that you get a larger area on full frame which is better for cropping.  The 35mm APS-C equivalent just means you have to be further away to see the same image area as full frame though not with the same subject size.

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