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How is the image impacted here? Two sensors with different sizes having same pixel resolution are capable of giving roughly same images (not discussing noise, dynamic range and colour reproduction now). However, this is only possible in theory. If an objective is used to photograph a black to white transition (say the brightness ratio be 1:1000, rough ...


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how the resolution of images shot with particular mega pixel sensor is being maintained? Like a 20 megapixel full frame or APS-C have the same resolution of output image, although sensor size differs. Different sensors have different sized pixels. If you have an APS-C sensor and a full frame sensor that have the same pixel count, say 20 megapixels or ...


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There is a noticeable difference if you are shooting in a wide light range. An example would be a bright sunny day with high contrast. I have a sony a7r. The native iso is 100 but I can shoot the iso at 50. I started shooting most photos at 50 to have as little grain in my images as possible and have that crystal clear image. On most photos I didn't ...


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From the very beginning, photographers defined the unit of exposure as the “stop”. This stems from the fact that early camera lenses did not have a mechanically adjustable aperture. They made lens caps with holes in the center, each with a different hole diameter. The hole size or “aperture” (Latin for opening) was nicknamed “stop”. The best sequence of ...


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Yes, the stops are the same measurement, but you are misunderstanding what is meant by dynamic range. Dynamic range is not the same as an exposure setting. Dynamic range is everything from black to white (i.e., the points at which you lose detail into black and white) that your camera can capture. So, if you have to think of it in exposure terms, if you ...


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Dynamic range in digital terms is following: the ratio between the brightest adequately recorded gray (D65 gray, for example) colour and the darkest adequately recorded gray colour both recorded with one exposure. The quality of record is mostly unaffected (except probably with sensor blooming (charge leakage)) in the bright end of tonal range. The quality ...


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You may easily check it if you photgraph an objective test chart - which will have converging lines for judging the resolution. If 2px or so wide lines look very pale on the photograph when using 100% zoom then you may be sure that the objective does not catch with resolution of sensor. Hint: it does not. Even huge number of expensive objectives for 1,5x ...



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