Full frame DSLR cameras vs digital crop sensor DSLR cameras: how are they different and why do we have these 2 systems?
Here’s a full rundown of what a full frame DSLR camera is, how it differs from a digital crop sensor DSLR camera, and why we have both options to begin with. In this video you’ll also learn about the different film formats available – 35mm film, medium format film, and large format film – and how these different film formats shaped the digital SLR cameras we have today.
To see this information summarized in writing, check out my blog post “What is a Full Frame DSLR Camera?” here: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/blog/full-frame-dslr-camera/
And be sure to check out my article “Do I Need a Full Frame Camera?” here: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/blog/tips-how-to-do-i-need-a-full-frame-camera/
Use the links below to see the full-frame offerings from Canon, Nikon, and Sony at B&H:
– View Canon Full-Frame DSLR cameras at B&H: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search/atclk/ci/6222/N/4288586280+4291570227+4131729766/BI/8394/KBID/9246/DFF/d10-v1-t14
– View Nikon Full-Frame DSLR cameras at B&H: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search/atclk/ci/6222/N/4288586280+4131729766+4291315846/BI/8394/KBID/9246/DFF/d10-v1-t14
– View Sony Full-Frame DSLR cameras at B&H: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search/atclk/ci/6222/N/4288586280+4131729766+4291215468/BI/8394/KBID/9246/DFF/d10-v1-t14