A&P Pictures showing full frame vs 1.6 crop...

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  1. Pineapple Devil

    Pineapple Devil beat it!

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    just came across this and thought it would be good to show those of you who havent seen the difference between a full frame shot and a 1.6 crop. the red boxes show the field of view for the 1.6 crop on the full frame picture

    top images were taken w/ a 350d
    bottom images were taken w/a 5d

    left column is a 12-24 @ 12mm
    right column is a 15mm fisheye
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  2. mobbarley

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    so a complete photography noob bought both cameras to demonstrate it?
     
  3. Pineapple Devil

    Pineapple Devil beat it!

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    :dunno: i found it on pbase. looking at some of his stuff i'd say he isnt a photography noob ;)
     
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    More like he has his 5D as a primary body, and the 350D as a supplimentary body.......I wouldnt call him a noob...

    Thats freakin suprising how much a 1.6 body cuts off!! Good find!
     
  5. mobbarley

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    look at the crooked photo, great test. :jerkit:
     
  6. All I see is [X] but that's ok, I've already seen examples a billion times
     
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    :rolleyes:
     
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    LOLZ. Fool FRAME





    oh, and fisheye ftw. Mad tite de-fishing yo!

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    non-corrected

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    hash browns lolcathlon champion OT Supporter

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    fisheyes are only crap on canon crop sensors
     
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    no, only the canon 15mm fisheye is crap on crop sensors :hsugh:
     
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    :werd: I'm gonna get me one of those K10D's and this:

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    so... um... should the crap 1.6 crop on rebels turn me away from buying them? :hmm:
     
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    should have said example of why the 15mm fisheye is crap on a croppesd sensor
     
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    you dont have much of a choice other than 1.6 unless you want to spend big money
     
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    only if you plan on shooting everything with a fisheye :mamoru:
     
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    :rofl: :noes: :rofl: :rofl:
     
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    The crop factor doesn't matter if you use a lens that is designed for your camera. On a film or full frame sensor you'd use a 16mm fisheye. On a consumer level digital, use a 10mm DX as posted above. Problem solved.
     
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    thanks for that :greddy2:
     
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    I like the lessened effect because I use my 16mm Russian Zenitar fisheye as a wide angle. It takes just a little tweeking in image align and there is not much distortion at all. It turns out to look like a regular 20mm lens.
     
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