and i know there is DX has a 1.5times crop

so. there are lens like 18-105 which has a DX on it which fits DX camera..

so my question is on a D90 which is a DX camera when mount with 18-105 DX , do i still get 18mm or is a 27mm?

thanks!

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and i know there is DX has a 1.5times crop

so. there are lens like 18-105 which has a DX on it which fits DX camera..

so my question is on a D90 which is a DX camera when mount with 18-105 DX , do i still get 18mm or is a 27mm?

thanks!

and i know there is DX has a 1.5times crop

so. there are lens like 18-105 which has a DX on it which fits DX camera..

so my question is on a D90 which is a DX camera when mount with 18-105 DX , do i still get 18mm or is a 27mm?

thanks!

and i know there is DX has a 1.5times crop

so. there are lens like 18-105 which has a DX on it which fits DX camera..

so my question is on a D90 which is a DX camera when mount with 18-105 DX , do i still get 18mm or is a 27mm?

thanks!

here's the link if anyone wanted to find the same ans

http://photo.net/nikon-camera-forum/00Su4J

u r correct, u need to factor in the crop factor to the lenses for DX format cameras... btw not all DX camera has crop factor of 1.5, some 1.6x also

Canon's APS-C sensor cameras are not DX. They do not really have a name for it, but they use EF-S lenses. Canon's APS-C crop is 1.6x (1000D, xxxD, xxD, 7D). Canon also have another crop called APS-H which is 1.3x (1D series)

Does this make sense ?

However, many of the AFD lenses do not preform well on FX body, Nikon redesign a new range of lenses replacing them, it denote as N

Actually, to be really accurate, DX is always 1.5x. DX is a name for APS-C cropped sensor cameras from Nikon only and they are all 1.5x

Canon's APS-C sensor cameras are not DX. They do not really have a name for it, but they use EF-S lenses. Canon's APS-C crop is 1.6x (1000D, xxxD, xxD, 7D). Canon also have another crop called APS-H which is 1.3x (1D series)

Canon's APS-C sensor cameras are not DX. They do not really have a name for it, but they use EF-S lenses. Canon's APS-C crop is 1.6x (1000D, xxxD, xxD, 7D). Canon also have another crop called APS-H which is 1.3x (1D series)

:thumbsup: thanks for the info

FX is denote full frame digital camera body, there is no FX lenses