Turn Your Crop Sensor Camera into Full Frame*

*Sort of. When I first discovered that I could easily adapt legacy manual focus lenses to my Sony a6000, I was over the moon. A whole new world opened up to me and I began searching out vintage lenses to try out. But the crop factor was a bit of an issue. Field-of-view and depth-of-field are affected: a 50mm lens becomes a 75mm equivalent on an APS-C sensor. It’s not a huge problem, you just need to account for it. Beyond that, getting the same shallow depth-of-field is trickier unless you use really fast glass.

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