• June 19, 2017

Full Frame vs. APS-C: sensor size and the consequences it has for you

You will probably have read here and there (or even in the comments made on this site) the obscure terms “Full Frame” or “APS-C”, which apparently refer to different sensor sizes. Let’s take a look together at what these terms mean exactly and why it is useful to understand them. You will discover that they are really simple to understand!

Before digital photography, light was captured by a photosensitive surface, which was commonly called photographic film. This could also be done with other types of surfaces, but let’s not get into all that, since what we are interested in is digital photography. On digital cameras, the film has been replace by an electronic sensor which is sensitive to light.

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  • June 19, 2017

How To Choose a Perfect Lens for Your DLSR Camera?

While buying the camera itself and especially afterwards, it is often difficult to know exactly what to do when considering buying a lens. What do all of those technical characteristics mean? What is the best lens to suit your budget? What type of lens do you actually need? What is a fixed focal length lens? Basically, you probably have thousands of questions and I will try my best in this article to answer some of them.

This is actually an ideal moment for me to do this since two of my friends asked me for advice last week regarding photographic equipment, and I myself bought a new lens (which I will undoubtedly speak about in detail once I have had enough time to play around with it ).

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