Lightroom nerdy question regarding average on cropped pictures

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TugaSLB New Member • Posts: 6
Lightroom nerdy question regarding average on cropped pictures

Hey everyone,

Not sure this is even possible, but here it goes.

I have a Canon 70-200 F2.8 L Mark II lens which I often use on my Canon 80D making it technically 112-320, when it's not attached to my Canon 6D Mark II.

Even then, it's short for what I use it for - sports photography (often in poorly lit situations).

Here comes the nerdy question. Since I crop most of my pictures in Lightroom, is there anyway to extract from Lightroom the statistics of the crops I do, to figure out how much (average) percentage I crop in, to let me know if what I am after is a 300m lens, or a 400mm?

I don't live anywhere where I would be able to rent any lens so that wouldn't be an option for me, though probably would be the best thing to do.

Thanks for any help!

Canon 6D Mark II Canon EOS 80D
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