Focal length 35mm equivalent, but not F-stop?

Started Jul 24, 2014 | Discussions thread
Just another Canon shooter
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Re: Focal length 35mm equivalent, but not F-stop?

Beachcomber Joe wrote:

Simpler?

I photograph a subject with my FF digital camera. The brightness I want in the photograph requires an exposure of 1/125 sec, F/11 at ISO 100. If I grab my old Crown Graphic, load it with ISO 100 film and shoot at 1/125 sec, f/11 the resulting photograph will have the same brightness level as the FF image. Taking a MFT camera, exposing at 1/125 sec., f/11 at ISO 100 again the resulting photograph will have the same brightness as the FF digital and medium format film cameras.

And of course, they all look the same?

Now, grab your compact pocket camera, shoot at f/11 and post the results here next to your FF.

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