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  1. #1
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    Using f lens on 3200

    Hi new to the site here as well as dslr photography I have not tried this but it is my understanding that using a f lens on a 3200 will magnify over the same lens in a crop sensor lens is this true and why?


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  2. #2
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    Using f lens on 3200

    It's not a magnification. The sensor is smaller, so it crops out the edges of the image that the lens can see.

    It is equivalent to increasing the zoom by 50%. (I.e., when a 50mm FX lens is used on a DX camera, you see the same thing you would as a 75mm FX lens would show in an FX/35mm camera.)

  3. #3
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    Re: Using f lens on 3200

    Welcome to Nikonites.
    @skater explained it well.





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