Re: Full frame v crop frame
When comparing an image taken on a full frame camera with one off one with a cropped sensor, I can certainly see a difference on my PC screen, especially with the sharpness corner to corner.
If you want to go full frame depends on a number of factors. What you are going to do with your images and how critical you are of your work.
What you have to consider also is the fact that some of your lenses may not be suitable for a full frame body.This would also add to the expense of buying the body as well. A 5D mark 2 could cost around £1600 as a starting point just for the body new.
I use a cropped sensor for much of my Sport photography as the crop factor gives my greater magnification, but for my commercial work I now use full frame.
Eifion Williams, Director of Welshot Imaging Limited
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