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Sunday, April 1, 2007

Small-Format Wide-Angle Zooms


You don't need a "full-frame"-sensor D-SLR to do wide-angle photography


Small-Format Wide-Angle ZoomsThe widely used APS-C-sized image sensor has helped make excellent D-SLRs affordable, but long carried a drawback for wide-angle photographers: a narrowed angle of view. Fortunately, camera and independent lens manufacturers now offer very short focal-length zoom lenses for these cameras, designed to eliminate this problem.

 

 

 

 

 


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