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    Default Bokeh..

    Will the Bokeh be different when nikon 24-70 is coupled to D300s and to a D700....
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    Yes . FF will have a rounder bokeh
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    the bokeh should be the same.. it's the lens that is giving the bokeh.
    but shooting at same aperture, you'll get shallower dof with the FF sensor.

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    dof will have about 1 stop difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mysimba View Post
    Will the Bokeh be different when nikon 24-70 is coupled to D300s and to a D700....
    No. Bokeh is a characteristic of the lens. But the perceived depth of field will be thinner on the full frame sensor. Bokeh is just the quality of the blur.
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    Quote Originally Posted by small pig View Post
    Yes . FF will have a rounder bokeh
    Absolutely and totally wrong. Please do not post misinformation. Educate yourself first before you teach the wrong things to other newbies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by small pig View Post
    Yes . FF will have a rounder bokeh
    It's not the body, it's the lens. It's the diaphragm blades to be exact. The more blades, the more rounder it is.

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    Yes, it is the lens, but not just the number diaphragm blades or shape.

    http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/bokeh.htm

    For really detailed informaiton (probably too much!):
    http://www.zeiss.com/c12567a8003b8b6f/embedtitelintern/cln_35_bokeh_en/$file/cln35_bokeh_en.pdf

    Quote Originally Posted by Sgdevilzz View Post
    It's not the body, it's the lens. It's the diaphragm blades to be exact. The more blades, the more rounder it is.
    Last edited by Edwin Francis; 3rd June 2011 at 01:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edwin Francis View Post
    Yes, it is the lens, but not just the number diaphragm blades or shape.

    http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/bokeh.htm

    For really detailed informaiton (probably too much!):
    http://www.zeiss.com/c12567a8003b8b6f/embedtitelintern/cln_35_bokeh_en/$file/cln35_bokeh_en.pdf
    Ooh nice. Thanks bro.
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    Thks guys for the clarification...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wdEvA View Post
    the bokeh should be the same.. it's the lens that is giving the bokeh.
    but shooting at same aperture, you'll get shallower dof with the FF sensor.
    And the only reason why you get shallower DoF is because you step in closer for the same composition due to the wider FOV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by small pig View Post
    Yes . FF will have a rounder bokeh
    This is incorrect.
    FF will just mean that you get closer to fill in the same amt of frame compared to a APS-C sensor.
    As subject distance decreases, all things remaining the same, DOF decreases.
    It has no effect on the OOF rendering (or bokeh), which is an artifact of the lens (aperture and design)
    A round bokeh is very dependent on the aperture design (ie. rounded or close to round when stopped down).
    Wide open, most lenses will have rounded bokeh. Lens design can alter that though and some lenses will give non-rounded bokeh.

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