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04-17-2012, 07:17 PM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by lonoise Quote
So, for the sake of example... 50mm gives you FOV of a 75mm lens on a FF camera but the focal length is still 50?
Yes, focal length is focal length you cannot change it. The only thing that changes is that on APS-C you are cropping out a portion of the available image from the center as shown in the image above. This has the effect of looking similar to what a 75mm lens would look like on FF but it does not change the focal length.

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