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why we need full frame what the difference

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DSolZ

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Full frame is needed for the permanent "size matters" discussion. Usually the guys with the smaller ones make some noise about it.
Smaller ones certainly noisier
 

keithwee

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Mainly depth of field (lack of it) of you ask me. Do a good read up on it.

That said going FF is just more of a personal preference rather than need for most of the users nowadays.

I've started with 1 inch sensors , moved to MFT and FF sensors and now settled with APSC and I don find myself at any disadvantage.
 

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I have a Nikon D750 almost the same as d7200 so I ask

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Nikonzen

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For me it is because that is how my mind is wired for relevant focal lengths considering whatever I am trying to shoot at any given time. Crop factors tend to bug me nowadays. I messed with a lot of film before I had a digital camera so I learned appropriate focal lengths for various situations that way.
 

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DSolZ

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I have a Nikon D750 almost the same as d7200 so I ask

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The seniors did say you do not need full frame to do studio shoots in your prior thread.
 

Nikonzen

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that full frame is better!
I would like to add a thought to this...this is another huge misconception perpetuated on the net imo. No one format is inherently better than any other. It is more about form, function, and application. Brand A is better than brand B is another thing like this.
 

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