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The two bottom pictures will "look" the same. They have the same angle of view, assuming the object is far enough so that the different lens to image plane distance is not relevant to the lens to object distance. This would be true, for example, for a landscape shot of a mountain. You have the same number of pixels presenting the same picture, but all is ...


Will there be any differences between the images captured by the second and third drawing? Yes. The angle of view is different. You may capture the same amount of the subject in both images, but because the full frame sensor has a wider angle of view it will capture more of the background. To see this, redraw each of the two drawings and add a large ...

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