What is the advantage of an APSC coaching

What are the advantages of the full format?


More and more people are finding love for photography and want to be your first Digital camera to buy. Often I will be in mine Photography courses asked which is the best way to get started with the Digital photography would. Full format or rather a small one DSLR With APS-C sensor. Unfortunately, it's not that easy to answer this question. The differences are in the details. Last but not least, the big price difference between the two is often decisive Formats. Sure offers one digitalSLR camera as the Canon EOS 6D or the Canon EOS 5D Mark 3 the benefits that the images not so much noise, that Angle of view towards a Camera with APS sensor is slightly larger, but these advantages are not always for everyone Photographers Interesting.

Where does the term come from Full format or what is that?

Before the digitalphotography, which for the first time on the Photokina in Cologne1992 of the greatest Camera manufacturers, how Sony and Kodak was presented, photographed one exclusively on analogMovie. The capacity of such Films ranged from 24-36 images. Then you had to Movie in a laboratory and send this through a chemical Development process let develop. Most of us only know this from the stories of older people Photographers. The Negativesthat from the Film were made, had the dimension 24 × 36 mm. At digitalFull frame cameras is the sensor Likewise 24 × 36 mm big and already the term became Full format born. It was only relatively late, namely at the turn of the millennium (2000), that a decision was made in the digitalphotography for the first digitalSLR cameras with a Full format sensor.

 

Which cameras are typical Full frame cameras?

Canon:

  • Canon EOS 5D, EOS 5D Mark 2, EOS 5D Mark 3, EOS 1DS Mark 2, EOS 1DS Mark 3,

 

Nikon

  • Nikon D600, D610, D700, D800 / E, D3X, D3S, D4, D4S

 

Sony

  • Sony Alpha 7, Sony Alpha 7R, Alpha 900, 850, 99, RX, RX1R, and many more.

 


The advantages the Full frame cameras at a glance:

  • essential lesserImage noise
  • moreRichness of detail, brilliance and dynamics by higherresolution
  • no conversion of the real ones Focal length
  • biggerPrints in the enlargement possible

 

The lesserImage noise one Full frame camera

Due to the biggersensor the Full frame cameras are of course also the individual Image pixels something bigger, which makes it possible even with a lot weakAmbient light with fast Shutter speeds to taking photos. This of course reduces that Image noise in the photo itself. That Image noise is through higher ISO values reinforced. That's why they say that you can ISO number should choose as low as possible and as high as necessary.

More Details and Image information at the Full format?

Due to the bigger Type of Sensors one Full frame camera, of course, can do a lot more Details and Image information get saved.

No conversion the real one Focal length one Objective through the Crop factor

The Camera manufacturer have meanwhile Lenses with different Bayonets, such as at Canon the EF-S and the EF bayonet Releases. The EF-S bayonet can only at EOS cameras without Full format sensor be used. It has on the Lens side a deeperConstruction, which is why it is on Full frame cameras, again CanonEOS 5D Mark3 cannot be used. The mirror would always against that lens beat. EF lenses can, however, be used on both series. Both Lens series are on the respectiveSensor format Voted. However, both have one thing in common. Specifying the Focal length on the lens. This is always for that Full format specified. With smaller ones Sensors the focal length is also the true focal length, but you have to multiply the crop factor and thus the image section is slightly smaller than on the full format.

Example:

50mm Focal length at a Full frame camera pointing to a camera with a Cropfactor of 1.6 one Image detail as a lens with a Focal length of 80mm at a camera With Full format sensor.

At Full format are larger image enlargements possible.

Of course that's true. Since that Original image at a Full frame camera alot more Image information contains are natural larger prints possible. Also, the picture just needs to be a lesser one factor can be enlarged (larger original size 24x36mm) by sizePrints to obtain.

Which disadvantage include images in the Full format?

Of course there are some too disadvantage on the side of the Full frame camera. First are those acquisition cost for such Cameras often much higher. Also the Lenses cost a lot of money. Both Factorswhich are certainly not uninteresting. However, if I as photographer highest demands on mine picture quality put, then at some point I'll lose the Buy oneCamera with full format sensor no longer around. The Image files are of course also bigger, what with the falling prices for Memory cards (SD and CF) is negligible in my opinion.


My Conclusion to Full frame camera or to Full format sensor

I take pictures currently with a Canon EOS 5D Mark 3 in the Full format and I want that picture quality this DSLRcamera and thus of course the Sensors never miss again. We do Prints on canvas With Dimensions 1.80mx 1.20m and you can hardly see it grain. The images are clear as a bell and show every little detail. Of course they have to Enlargements also a special one Sharpening process be subjected.

The investment of several thousand euros for a full-frame camera with the right one Lenses worth it only for in my opinion Photographers With professional Claims. If you have a nice couple once a year on vacation images want to do or even document a celebration, then it is certainly not recommended. Today's DSLR cameraswith APS sensor assign a excellentpicture quality on that most Photographers in the Amateur area will not miss anything.