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I know that when you use lenses made for full frame cameras on a APS-C camera, you should calculate the crop factor. E.g., a 35mm lens designed for a full frame camera mounted on a APS-C body should give a field of view as if you used a 50mm lens on a full frame camera.
But there are lenses designed for APS-C cameras. For example, the AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G. When I was reading reviews, everywhere they mentioned that this lens is equivalent to a 50mm lens used on a full frame camera.
I am confused here, because this lens is made for a crop camera. And I think that when I am shooting a 35mm lens, I will actually get a 35mm field of view.
Let's say it otherwise: Does a 35mm DX lens mounted on a APS-C camera have the same field of view as a 35mm lens (made for full frame) mounted on a full frame camera?
Edit: Sorry for my grammar but my English is not native, and I am not so fluent with it. Basicaly my question is the following:
If I am shooting with my crop camera with a lens build for crop camera on it at 35 mm focal lenght, should I have same picture result as if Someone is shooting with Full-frame camera packed with full frame lens at same focal lenght of 35mm
This confusion became to me, as I was reading a lot of reviews for a lenses build for crop camera, where they keep saying that if I use lens for crop camera on a crop camera, I have to keep on mind that it is equivalent of shooting with 50mm lens (full frame lens) on a full frame body.