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APS-C vs Full Frame

Discussion in 'Sony Alpha E-Mount Cameras' started by TedG954, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. TedG954

    TedG954 TalkEmount Hall of Famer

    Nov 29, 2014
    South Florida and NE Ohio
    Ted Gersdorf
    Not scientific. I just wanted to see the difference with my cameras.

    A7RII with Sony 16-35/4 f5.6
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    A6300 with Sony 18-105/4 f5.6
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  2. davect01

    davect01 Super Moderator

    Aug 20, 2011
    Fountain Hills, AZ
    Looks pretty darn close to me. This is no slight on the F.F. sensor rather it shows how far APS-C has come
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  3. chalkdust

    chalkdust TalkEmount Top Veteran

    Sep 25, 2015
    Bert Cheney
    I don't know....I miss the good old days when I could blame the camera for my poor photography...
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  4. WoodWorks

    WoodWorks Super Moderator Subscribing Member

    Dec 12, 2012
    Ashland, OR, USA
    Oh, I still do: “It should have told me I had the exposure compensation set for +2!”
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  5. bdbits

    bdbits TalkEmount All-Pro

    Sep 10, 2015
    The latest rumors say that's coming with the AI built into the A7Rxiv.
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  6. JonathanF2

    JonathanF2 TalkEmount Top Veteran

    Aug 16, 2014
    Los Angeles, USA
    They both look good, though I do like how the points of light on FF are more defined. It's something that is more apparent when shooting stopped down with FF and larger cameras.
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  7. bdbits

    bdbits TalkEmount All-Pro

    Sep 10, 2015
    I'd always understood sunbursts/starbursts like that to be more a function of the lens, in particular the number and construction of the aperture blades (and fstop of course).
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