Nikon D7100: 10 things you need to know
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Newbie in photography.
OMD EM-5, 12-50mm
One more thing what does it meant x1.3 crop and can't find the sensor size yet.
The sensor size are bigger than x1.5 crop?
Nikon so advance ah. X1.3 still can deliver without vignetting issue on using DX lens.
Last edited by rain5533; 22nd February 2013 at 01:02 PM.
It's smaller, not bigger. Meaning your final size is about 1.5 x 1.3 = 1.95. Very close to a m 4/3 sensor size. Which allows more zoom reach of sports and nature photographer. Further, the reduced sensor capture of 15+ mp allows 1 additional FPS.Originally Posted by rain5533
Oh no very disappointed
If you recall for FX models, there is a an option to change image area away from FX. You can select DX mode, 1.2x crop mode etc.
This 1.3x crop mode is being offered on the already 1.5x crop factor sensor. Which means that under this mode, if you look through the VF, there is a small box inside to indicate the framing of the 1.3x crop mode, which means that the image captured will look like as if it's shot with a 2x crop factor sensor.
The con is that the resolution is down to 15MP under this crop mode. In fact, what it actually does is just normal cropping of the original image taken by the 1.5x crop factor sensor and do some cropping for you, which you could have done in PS yourself. However, there is benefits to this - it saves you time cropping in PS yourself, you can make use of the small box showed in the VF for better framing.
Of course the main benefit of this 1.3x mode is that the 51 point AF fills almost the WHOLE of the smaller box indicating the 1.3x crop mode, making it extremely useful for action shooting. Also, it allows video to be shot on 50i and 60i mode.
Ok ok got this answer!
Its priced ( grey) in Singapore.
Think will be released around 21st March. But good to know that it can be sourced in Singapore.
Of all, does anyone here know what is the multiple exposure for D7100?
According to asia.cnet.com, it is successor for D300 instead of D7000, if that's the case it will continue D300 10 multi exposure, no??
300mm lens will become x2 = 600mm !
@ 15MPs resolution ?
hopefully its not the same..
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