What does “Full Frame Equivalent” mean? by Jordan Steele

A great article explaining why the differences between Full Frame and smaller formats doesn’t matter “IF” you understand a little bit about the differences, so you can pick the right lens and f/stop for any format.

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“With smaller than 35mm sized sensors, you will often hear talk of a camera’s or lens’ “full frame equivalent” focal length or aperture. This can often be a source of great confusion among new shooters, and it can also be a point of disturbingly odd derision for other people, especially with regards to ‘aperture equivalence’. I’m going to try and give a clear view of what is truly meant when someone is talking about full frame equivalence, as well as dispel several myths about it, and ultimately tell you why, if you shoot with a smaller format, it mostly doesn’t matter”

What does “Full Frame Equivalent” mean?”

Click on the Link under the image to find out what all the misunderstanding is about.

Angle_of_viewFull Frame Equivalence” and Why It Doesn’t Matter By Jordan Steele

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