Yet another full frame vs crop sensor question :

Started Jul 29, 2014 | Discussions thread
AlbertInFrance
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Re: Yet another full frame vs crop sensor question :
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seventh son wrote:

Aletheia wrote:

If YOU can't see it, why would you ask others whether THEY can? If you can't see any advantages to Full Frame, my advice to you would be don't bother.

What other answer could anyone give you?

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Nothing is enough for the man to whom nothing is enough.

Exactly why I am asking as I have not had the opportunity to make the comparison myself ..... looking for a more informative response than this .... and "what other answer could anyone give you?", other than yours ? See thread. Thanks.

I'd guess that most people who need to ask this question are not capable of consistently getting enough out of their kit to benefit from the (fairly small) advantages of FF.

What sells photographs is content. If you have a compelling image competently shot then you're much more likely to sell it than a pedestrian image that is technically perfect. Most 'art' photographs are probably sold at the first glance; the buyer doesn't usually put his nose to the print and check for deficiencies..

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