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50mm lens=75mm on DX camera? [duplicate]

I'm looking for a 50mm lens for my nikon d3100 and I just came across an AF-S 50mm f/1.8G lens and it says in the description that if it's used on a DX camera, the angle of view is going to be 75mm. I ...
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EF-S lens focal length [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does my crop sensor camera actually turn my lenses into a longer focal length? If I have an EF-S lens with a focal length of 10mm on an APS-C camera (i.e. with sensor crop ...
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Is it like an 18-55 DX lens on a DX body effectively equivalent to 27-82? [duplicate]

I'm confused after reading the question and the first reply. The asker asks, I'm becoming more interested in landscape photography and want to add to my Nikon DSLR a wide angle lens, but I dont ...
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Crop Sensor Enhances Zoom? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is the difference between focal length and crop factor? Does my crop sensor camera actually turn my lenses into a longer focal length? I keep reading about how crop-...
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Why are crop lenses indicated with focal lengths they don't have? [duplicate]

If we will use crop lenses only on crop bodies, why do we call crop lenses for example "10mm" when they are effectively "16mm" (with a crop factor of 1.6 in this case)? I am familiar with the history ...
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How does "designed for APS-C" affect focal length? [duplicate]

If a lens is designated by manufacturer as "designed for crop sensor" (i.e. DC in Sigma, DX in Nikon, DT in Sony), how would that affect the calculation of practical focal length (equivalent focal ...
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About the 1.6x crop factor on a crop body [duplicate]

I have a 600D and a 7D and I use the kit lens " EF-S "18-55mm and the 55-250 mm , and I am thinking of buying a 24-105mm f4 IS USM L... so does the EF-S suffer from the same 1.6x crop factor as the ...
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Actual Focal Length on APS-C cameras [duplicate]

I'm aware that actual focal length of a lens on APS-C cameras is longer than what is written on the lens. My question is, for lenses that are specially designed for APS-C cameras (like a Nikkor DX ...
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What's the real focal length for 18-55mm in my APS-C camera? [duplicate]

I want to buy a new lens (canon ef 50mm f/1.8 stm) that I know that the real focal length in my camera is around 80mm, but my question is if this happens in the same way whit my actual lens (18-55mm). ...
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Are film lenses effectively longer focal lengths on cropped-sensor DSLRs? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does my crop sensor camera actually turn my lenses into a longer focal length? My wife has a pair of Tokina lens (28-80mm and 100-300mm, I believe, without the lens here to ...
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focal length 300mm on dx camera + 2X TC [duplicate]

I saw nikon Nikon AF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6G which works on both DX and FX sensor camera. I have Nikon D3300 which have DX sensor. As lens works on FX sensor if we use this lense on DX camera what would ...
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Extra reach on a crop frame body? [duplicate]

I have read on a lot of places that the crop sensor bodies give you an extra reach over the full frame bodies when using the same lens. For example over here:
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When do the differences between APS-C and full frame sensors matter, and why?

I'm trying to decide on a higher-end digital SLR, and I'm down to choosing between an APS-C model and a full-frame model. I understand that the sensors are of different sizes, and as such have an ...
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What is crop factor and how does it relate to focal length?

I'm reading that a 50mm lens is recommended as a first prime lens for DSLR owners as it's supposed to give a 'natural' perspective, but when used on (most) DSLRs, the view is cropped, as if you were ...
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Can a smaller sensor's "crop factor" be used to calculate the exact increase in depth of field?

If APS-C and similar crop-sensor digital cameras have a focal length multiplying effect such that a 50mm lens has an apparent focal length closer to the field of view of an 80mm on a full frame camera,...
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