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    Default Full frame vs 1.6crop

    Hi all,

    Can anyone pls teach me more about 1.6 crop pls.
    I have difficulties on printing photos taken from 1.6crop body.
    Always head n borders cut off when printing.

    Newbies here seeking advice..

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    Default Re: Full frame vs 1.6crop

    the sensor size does not matter when u are printing. its the aspect that u shld be concerned with. afaik, if u do not crop it during editing, u shldn't have cut off the heads unless its shot very tight and printed on a different aspect

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    Default Re: Full frame vs 1.6crop

    Quote Originally Posted by farid1980 View Post
    Hi all,

    Can anyone pls teach me more about 1.6 crop pls.
    I have difficulties on printing photos taken from 1.6crop body.
    Always head n borders cut off when printing.

    Newbies here seeking advice..
    It has nothing to do with full frame vs. crop. It's a matter of aspect ratio. Set it correctly in your camera, or learn how to crop before printing.
    Alpha

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    Default Re: Full frame vs 1.6crop

    So it means due to my cropping edit?

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    Default Re: Full frame vs 1.6crop

    Quote Originally Posted by farid1980 View Post
    So it means due to my cropping edit?
    yes ...

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    Default Re: Full frame vs 1.6crop

    Quote Originally Posted by farid1980 View Post
    Hi all,

    Can anyone pls teach me more about 1.6 crop pls.
    I have difficulties on printing photos taken from 1.6crop body.
    Always head n borders cut off when printing.

    Newbies here seeking advice..
    Quote Originally Posted by farid1980 View Post
    So it means due to my cropping edit?
    full frame, 1.6 crop, 1.5 crop or 1.3 crop all have same expect ratio of 2:3.


    when making prints, different paper size have different expect ratio.
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