#171 – Full Frame or Crop Sensor

Full Frame or Crop Sensor

Tim and Mike discuss full frame vs crop sensor cameras, the new Nikon D500  and D750 and the conversion of Mike’s old D2x by Life Pixek to infrared.
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Full Frame vs Crop sensor comparison

Images below are from a Nikon 70-200mm on a tripod using a Nikon D2x (crop sensor) and a Nikon D700 (full frame).  Both cameras are 12MP, the D700 has a better exposure metering.

Nikon D500

Nikon D2x @ 70mm

Nikon D750

Nikon D700 @ 70mm

Nikon D500

Nikon D2x @ 200mm

Nikon D500

Nikon D2x @ 200mm

 

Infrared Conversion by Life Pixel

After taking the above shots, I sent my D2x to Life Pixel to be converted to full time infrared using their Standard Filter.  Below are some IR examples.

Infrared

Infrared image taken with a Hoya R72

Infrared

Infrared image taken with a Hoya R72

Infrared

Filter choices from Life Pixel – filter choices

infrared

Infrared image taken with a Hoya R72

non infrared

Same scene without the infrared filter.

 

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About geephotant

geephotant (Geek-Photographer-Accountant) (aka. Mike Howard) is the creator of Nov Studios and the jpeg2RAW podcast. Mike is an accountant by day as the Controller for a large US based corporation. By night, he is a geek and has appeared on the Home Server Show Podcast & the BYOB podcast ( both found at www.homeservershow.com). He has also appeared on the Home Tech Show podcast (www.theaverageguytv.com) and is now a regular guest on that show. Mike's true passion is photography and shoots when ever he can find time. As an amateur photographer, he is always looking to learn more about the craft.

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