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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 does my Samsung S7 with fixed focal length of 26mm have a wider angle of view than my 18-55mm DSLR lens? [duplicate]

Maybe I am missing some camera basics, but from experience with both devices, i notice that with my Samsung S7, I am able to take full buildings in pictures at a close range. It has a wider field of ...
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On a Micro 4/3s camera with a Speedbooster adapter, does a 50mm lens still effectively become a 100mm lens? [duplicate]

I'm admittedly rather new to the world of interchangeable lenses, and have just purchased a Panasonic GH4 and adapted it to a full frame lens with a Metabones speed-booster. I've been using a 50mm ...
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35mm DX prime lense on dx crop sensor(nikon d3300) [duplicate]

I have Nikon D3300 DSLR. I'm confused with 35mm and 50mm prime lenses on FX and DX cameras. Somewhere I read that if a 35mm prime lens is used on a FX camera the focal length is equivalent to around ...
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Relationship between camera sensor size and lens focal length [duplicate]

I am choosing a camera and lens. I want to buy a Canon EOS 650D, as this camera seems to be a good point of entry into the world of SLR. My question is in the following: The EOS 650D has a cropped ...
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What’s an equivalent focal length of a fullframe lens on a crop sensor? [duplicate]

I have an old SLR film camera lens with a focal length of 58 mm mounted on my Micro 4/3 camera with a crop factor of 2. How does mounting the lens on a different sized sensor change the effective ...
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Does the crop factor affect the field of view (FOV)? [duplicate]

I'm working on smartphone cameras. I want calculate Field Of View of different smartphone cameras using the formula : FOV = 2 arctan(SensorSize/2f) where: f is the focal length sensor size is the ...
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What is the “crop factor?” [duplicate]

I need some help understanding crop factor. I do get that the actual focal length doesn't change, but as far as field of view and how the image turns out is where I'm getting stuck. Anything that I've ...
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Difference between full frame and crop sensors, with regard to zooming [duplicate]

Given two sensors of different sizes, but with an equal number of pixels, and the situation below; are there any differences in the images captured in the bottom two drawings? Since both sensors have ...
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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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42.8mm on Nikon COOLPIX P7700 > 55mm on Canon EOS 77D? [duplicate]

I have a Nikon COOLPIX P7700 and because it has been losing function due to wear and tear after 6 years, and I wanted a better zoom range for wildlife, I decided to get a Canon 77D DSLR so I could get ...
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Why does lower focal length magnifies objects better comparing to other camera? [duplicate]

I have a newbie question about focal length, what it actually means for lenses and how I can translate this into "how close to the target it's going to practically take me" (I don't want to use the ...
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Focal length : 7.8 mm-46.8 mm (Equivalent to 35 mm-210 mm on a 35 mm camera) [duplicate]

Bridge Camera : Fujifilm S7000 Could anyone help me to understand the below, Focal length : 7.8 mm-46.8 mm (Equivalent to 35 mm-210 mm on a 35 mm camera) I'm referring to DSLR based articles to ...
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What does “crop factor” mean on a DSLR? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is the difference between focal length and crop factor? I see the term "crop factor" used to describe some DSLRs (for example, the Canon 7D has a 1.6x crop factor). What ...
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What does “focal length multiplier” mean? [duplicate]

I have heard of something called a focal length multiplier, particularly in connection with the size of the image sensor in a camera. What I don't understand is what this is and why ans how it is ...

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