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Re: A pervasive technique/gear myth on these high MP FF cameras?


Actually, you could argue that you'll need better technique on a D800 then a D7000 in this situation: if you're printing these files without uprezzing or viewing at the same ratios on your monitor using equal field of view. Let's say you're shooting with a 35mm in full frame. The old adage of shooting at 1/focal length would mean shooting at 1/30 (I prefer higher then that personally). Now, an equal FOV on DX would mean a 24mm lens, and a lower shutter speed would be required using the same rule. Therefore, if you used the same DX technique you'd wind up with more movement.



Jan 21, 2013 at 06:27 PM



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