Full Frame – FX and Crop Sensor – DX DSLR Camera differences

Full Frame – FX and Crop Sensor – DX DSLR Camera differences

With digital SLR camers there are basically  two sensor sizes. The two terms most used to classify them are “full frame” and “crop sensor”. In the Nikon world it is called FX format or DX format “ Full frame FX” refers to a sensor size that has the same dimensions as the 35mm film format much like the film camera in a SLR. Why is 35mm format considered to be the standard or a “full frame”? Read this article to explain both and see what one suits your need for photography or what advantages there are to either of the formats. Click here

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