Crop sensor vs Full Frame for Wildlife/Birds

Started Jul 4, 2014 | Discussions thread
tbcass
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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.

I disagree and believe the APS-C crop factor giving extra reach is very real indeed. Your argument saying that bad technique makes the extra resolution useless doesn't fly with me.

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