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Is the hyperfocal distance calculation outdated?

The hyperfocal distance H is calculated by H = (f^2)/(N*c)+f where f is the focal length, N the f-stop and c the circle of confusion limit. Lets assume we use a fullframe sensor. All those calculators ...
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How does background blur and DoF vary with sensor size for a prime lens?

Let's assume I have a prime lens for full frame, with fixed specs (let's say 85mm f/1.8). Changing the lens is not an option, but I have a choice of a full frame camera and a crop sensor camera. The ...
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Hyper focal distance versus maximum focus distance before infinity

I have a Sigma 18-35 1.8 sigma lens. The latest number on the distance scale of this lens is 2m. At subjects further than 4.22m the lens focusses at the infinity mark. The exif data confirms this, as ...
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What is the depth of field if the the focus distance is set to infinity?

If the camera format is 35mm, the focal length of the lens is 35mm, the aperture is f/4, the subject distance is 25ft, and the hyperfocal distance is 39'7", then what would be the range of focus when ...

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