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Thread: Questions on focus of DSL lens and compact camera to naked eye..

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    Default Questions on focus of DSL lens and compact camera to naked eye..

    Im not sure how to phrase my question, but i shall try, hope someone can answer me..


    1) Roughly what is the size of a DSL lenses needed(example: 24, 28, 50, 55 or 70mm) to produce the same size of a object which is seen using naked eye?

    2) Is the specs of a compact camera (example Ixus 860IS 3.8x zoom 28mm-105mm) will have the same focus size of a object as a DSL lens (28mm-105mm)?

    *(Note: DSL is 450D or 40D, not full frame camera).

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    Default Re: Questions on focus of DSL lens and compact camera to naked eye..

    Most people say is standard lens...50mm?

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    Default Re: Questions on focus of DSL lens and compact camera to naked eye..

    Quote Originally Posted by NightRazer View Post
    Im not sure how to phrase my question, but i shall try, hope someone can answer me..


    1) Roughly what is the size of a DSL lenses needed(example: 24, 28, 50, 55 or 70mm) to produce the same size of a object which is seen using naked eye?

    2) Is the specs of a compact camera (example Ixus 860IS 3.8x zoom 28mm-105mm) will have the same focus size of a object as a DSL lens (28mm-105mm)?

    *(Note: DSL is 450D or 40D, not full frame camera).

    First of all, it's called a DSLR

    1) 50mm is considered to be the lens that reproduces what you see, on a full frame camera. On a crop framed camera like the 450D, a 35mm lens will give you a similar view. 35 X 1.6 is roughly equal to 50.

    2) yes, it will give you a similar view.

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    Default Re: Questions on focus of DSL lens and compact camera to naked eye..

    Tks for all replies... I appreciate it...

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