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Does 35mm DX lens mounted on a APS-C camera would has same field of view as 35mm lens (made for full frame) mounted on a full frame camera. No, a 35mm DX lens mounted on a APS-C camera would NOT have the same field of view as a 35mm lens (made for full frame) mounted on a full frame camera. Any 35mm lens(DX or FX) on an APS-C camera will have a ...


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Does 35mm DX lens mounted on a APS-C camera would has same field of view as 35mm lens (made for full frame) mounted on a full frame camera. A DX sensor will have the same field of view through two lenses of the same focal length, regardless of whether the lens is DX or FX. Lenses, DX or FX, are specified in terms of their focal length, not their field ...


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Let's assume that both sensors have the same pixel count and that the crop factor equals the teleconverter magnification. Then in theory, the answer seems simple. Both do the exact same thing: simply use the centre portion of the image. The smaller sensor does it by placing the same number of pixels in the central image area. The teleconverter does it ...


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A good teleconverter or extender works better than cropping if the lens can outresolve the resolution of the sensor by an amount greater than the degradation of the TC and the resulting loss in lens speed is not a determining factor in the viability of the shot. It depends entirely upon the teleconverter in question, the lens in question, and the full frame ...


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It's difficult to be sure. The lens-camera system is a complex one. Making any changes to it can have unexpected consequences. Using a APS-C camera on a FF lens does throw away some of the useful light gathered. But interposing an alien lens cluster in the form of a focal reducer or teleconverter may or may not do more damage to the overall image quality. ...


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Rectilinear and wider that 12mm on full frame is hard to get, but also hard to use. It's not usual to need more than this exceptionally wide angle in this context. The biggest issue with wider lenses is that they are more likely to suffer from flare ( just trying to avoid the Sun or a bright light source in shot can be impossible ) and are ( as a general ...


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The widest rectilinear lens available for any full-frame is the Canon EF 11-24mm F/4L USM. To get a wider field-of-view, you need a fisheye or stitch multiple images. Like many extremely wide lenses, a 11-24mm lens does not allow attachments at the front, only filters at the back but those will not help you get a wider angle-of-view.



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