Photography Tips ( Image Sensor Size )

Photography Tips ( Image Sensor Size )

Hello Everybody, This video is presented by http://www.samys.com This tutorial is designed to teach you the difference between Full frame and APSC size senso...

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Javier Andreu Jiménez says:

Slower

Niel Recinto says:

Thanks for sharing. This is a very useful video.

FontanaKnowledge says:

A matter of cost I believe. To make something hobbyists and beginners can
afford that is still quality for professional work is the motive I believe.
Full frame sensors are more expensive by far and make heavier cameras
altogether.

freestyleminibus says:

What about four thirds ?

fatbackpeanut says:

Really great info Thanks Ed G

Heinrich Mergel says:

you should have mentioned that there is also a drawback when you are using
a wide angle lens. Because the angle is not that wide anymore on a aps-c
camera.

moesnuts says:

Thank you! That actually made sense! I asked the dude at my local camera
shop to explain this and all he said was “Full frame is waaay better” LOL
.. Thanks again

zsmile4u says:

m bit confused how can one find out which is full frame …coz i chkd my
manual nothing is mentioned there ….

Harish Sangwan says:

Thanks for the video…made me understand the APS-C sensors…waiting for
the second part of it…when would u be uploading that?

Javier Andreu Jiménez says:

Speak llover, man !!!

zsmile4u says:

oh thanku very much i wasnt expecting the reply 😉 i have canon 450d so
obvious as u said i dnt hav full frame …thnaku my sweet frnd for the
reply :)- .. tc always!! raya

FontanaKnowledge says:

=o)

Technicolormaster says:

Thanks for this, I have always wondered about this, though Im still a
little confused. Why do they do APSC sized sensors,why aren’t they all full
size?

FontanaKnowledge says:

Cool, I hope you enjoy it. Don’t forget about the DVD ROM content. It has
some templates for model release forms, copyright release forms and a few
other things. ENJOY

Gilbert Gonzalez says:

i just got your dvd in the mail today! excited and ready to absorb! thanks
Robert!

bijan84 says:

change it to 480p and it should play.

FontanaKnowledge says:

I would get the 5D mark II personally. The upgrade in quality would be more
significant to me than the fast aperture upgrade in the lens. =o) But thats
just me.

Nathan Burstedt says:

@imbxxxxxxxxx Actually dude you have it backwards a square IS a rectangle
but a rectangle isn’t always a square. Anyways, thanks for the vids I’m
watching them while simultaneously taking a class at school. I feel like I
have a leg up on everyone else. The only thing I don’t understand is how
can you meter with a flash in manual mode? I’m using film so I really only
have one chance lol

Nathan Burstedt says:

@rhddrifter86 i mean

FontanaKnowledge says:

@celiyella =o)

kimzor1989 says:

@tissa71 You can. I think it’s called a MACK warranty but it will only
apply from the day of your invoice.

James28R says:

regarding the cropping of an fx picture to make the equivalent to a dx
picture (nikon terminology). im assuming that the full frame camera would
need the correspondingly higher megapixels, because otherwise (assuming a
FF 10 MP and CF 10mp) you are cropping out 1.4x your MPs on the FF. leaving
you with around 7 MP in that image. vs 10 in the CF pic. so the FF camera
would have to have 1.5x the mp of the CF to allow the down cropping and not
lose quality in the comparison. (assuming)

James28R says:

Character limit reached, so new post: also Fullframe sensors are better in
low light as far as i was aware (you probably go on to mention that but it
cut off :)) thanks for the videos and feel free to correct me if im wrong
there!

vionorino says:

U rock ! thanks for sharing ur knowledge with us

celia velazquez says:

This video was a lot of help.THANK YOU FOR THE INFO!….

etsme says:

well explained ! Thanks for that bit info. best get saving for a full-frame
then. I have dreams like yours too but the other way round. ha ha

Technicolormaster says:

oh ok, that makes sense. Its also worth mentioning that one way is
backwards compatible but the other way is not. I dont remember which is
which

tissa71 says:

sorry this is unrelated to the video topic, but I would like to know if it
is possible to buy an additional warranty for a camera? Like for Mac
computers you can get an extended warranty and I would like to have one for
my cam if possible. I thought you may know something about it

Adam Potter says:

I Adore your video, i really do.

freestyleminibus says:

and of course four thirds

tissa71 says:

@kimzor1989 Thank you!!!

FontanaKnowledge says:

The CMOS comes in both sizes. The 5D Mark ll has a full frame and the rebel
series and the 7D have APSC. Most if the single digit designations such as
the 5D and the 1D series’ have full frame but always check the specs to
make sure. I hope this helps

FontanaKnowledge says:

What camera model do you have. Maybe I can help. Also if you didn’t pay
over $2,000 for your camera it is most likely not a full frame. =o) That is
not to say that if you paid over that it is a full frame though.

Create Your Beauty says:

what would CMOS senser be.. full or apsc?

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