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    Default Crop and full frame dslr

    Can someone tell me the difference between a fullframe and a crop dslr? Thank you! Am new here and wanting to learn more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeremiahAYC View Post
    Can someone tell me the difference between a fullframe and a crop dslr? Thank you! Am new here and wanting to learn more!
    one big one small.

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    Default Re: Crop and full frame dslr

    Quote Originally Posted by JeremiahAYC View Post
    Can someone tell me the difference between a fullframe and a crop dslr? Thank you! Am new here and wanting to learn more!
    Read this:

    http://www.digital-photography-schoo...-right-for-you

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    Alright! I got it! Thanks diavonex and eleveninth!

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    full-frame is equivalent to 35mm (film)
    cropped frame is smaller
    a Nikon body, some lenses, a flash, and a whole lot of dusty photos

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleveninth View Post
    one big one small.
    that's all you bought for the CNY 4D draw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    that's all you bought for the CNY 4D draw?
    yea.

    if it's meant to be it will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kei1309 View Post
    that's all you bought for the CNY 4D draw?
    I'm a PCW in newbie section. Hi. Welcome! :)

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    Read more here: http://www.luminous-landscape.com/tu...dslr-mag.shtml
    Follow the links.. the next topics could be Depth of Field and Dynamic Range, both directly affected by the different sensor sizes. But you could just skip it, define your budget, get a camera and enjoy shooting In the end, for many people the full frame camera is rather a Want than a Need.
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