My DSLR isn’t a full frame image sensor. What difference will this make to my Daguerreotype Achromat photos?
Whether you’re shooting with a full-frame or cropped-frame camera, you’ll be able to get great portrait, landscapes, and daily life shots!
Here are specific crop factors for various cameras combined with the Daguerreotype Achromat:
•APS-C (such as Canon non full-frame digital SLR cameras, Fuji X-Pro 1, and some Sony NEX cameras) – You will have a crop factor of 1.5 – the equivalent focal length of the Daguerreotype Achromat will be 96mm, or for 1.6 the equivalent focal length of Daguerreotype Achromat will be 102.4mm.
•Micro 4/3 – You will have a crop factor of 2, the equivalent focal length to the Daguerreotype Achromat will be 128mm.
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