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11-06-2014, 04:47 PM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by rrstuff Quote
It will only become apparent in poor light.
Agreed. Low-light is mainly where you see a difference. And it can be very handy for sports sometimes - when the light is poor, a stop or two of low-light headroom (translated into usable high-ISO) lets you select 1/500 instead of 1/320, or f3.5/f4 instead of f2.8 etc.

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Thank you helmet - Murwillumbah Rodeo 2014
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QuoteOriginally posted by rrstuff Quote
It will only become apparent in poor light. But one more thing for FF is an ability to have am F2.8 with a depth of field of an F2.8 on a full frame. After shooting a wedding where I had to swap primes all the time to get a good depth of field, I can really see the advantage. I would be quite ok with a 16-50 F2.0 though, instead of full frame, or an 18-35mm F1.8 in a pinch. I know olympus made a range of F2.0 zooms. I see no reason why Pentax couldn't take the 28-70mm design and equip it with a focal reducer to make it a 18-50 F2.0 for APS-C. That's roughly how Olympus's 35-100 F2.0 was born, apparently.
So for you, at least, it is the improved low light and DOF which makes the FF attractive. That is a clear and understandable reason especially for a wedding photographer. Thank you for the comment.
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