Full frame vs. crop: which one should you buy? Whether you’re getting your first camera or want to upgrade from the one you already own, this is one of the decisions you need to make. Photographer Sheldon Evans shares his experience with both types of DSLRs. He switched from full frame to APS-C, now he’s going back to full-frame, and he’ll give you some reasons why you should choose one over the other.
Nikon & Canon crop cameras have been out for over 15 years now. But different sized frames isn’t new to digital. Even back in the film days, we had 110, 126, 35mm, half a dozen sizes for medium format, and a few for large format. It still always amazes me how much the concept of capture size still confuses some people.
This video from photographer & YouTuber Blake Evans (aka biscuitsalive) hopes to dispel some of those myths and clear up the confusion. It does goes very in-depth into all the ins and outs of sensor size, focal length & field of view, as well as aperture & depth of field. So it may have you asking more questions than it answers!
The D300s was released back in 2009 and ever since then people have been anxiously looking forward to a real upgrade from the dated D300. It took so long that many people gave up and announced Nikon’s DX line is dead, but six and a half years later it finally happened – Nikon just announced a new DX flagship DSLR, the D500.