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I love my d7100, but its definitely not a full frame camera. I'd recommend it if you don't care for things like iso performance and focal length cropping.

That's said, this camera is incredible. It sits at the top in this odd "pro feature in crop body" lineup. It's fantastically sharp, but you're gunna need good glass to see it. ISO is usable up to 3200, not horrible not great.
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i have a question about d7000/d7100. liveview shows just the aps-c image not the entire frame from which final image will be cut?

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revro

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if viewfinder shows everything that i see, whats the difference against fullframe in picture quality? i mean d7100 is 24mpixel so compared to 36mpixel of d800 they might actually be same in pixel per mm

then d7100 looks better and better, compared to d600

thank you
revro

I think your confusing 'full frame" and 100% viewfinder coverage.

Full Frame is a commonly used term to mean a camera with a sensor equal to that of 35mm film (36×24 mm). Below is a comparison of sensor sizes.


The viewfinder coverage states what percentage of the image the sensor sees is projected into the viewfinder by the sensor and pentaprism.

For example here is a shot showing 85% viewfinder coverage. The red line represents what was seen in the viewfinder. It has no impact on image quality, simply composition. Most modern DSLRs are in the 95-100% coverage range. You will simply need to be aware if your camera doesn't have 100% coverage that your final shot will have a bit more to the image than what you see in the viewfinder. Live view will show 100% of the coverage of the sensor, what you see is what you get.

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2/3" sensors FTW just saying tongue.gifrolleyes.gif

but in all seriousness. really love shooting broadcast quality 2/3" cameras biggrin.gif
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Also note that if you're using a camera like the d7100, live view should be avoided. I really only use it when I'm getting low with a tripod, and that's only when I can't get a little dirty. Also, any aperture changes do not show up in liveview. You can change the aperture of the shot, but your screen won't show it.
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There's nothing inherently wrong with using liveview. Also, to preview what depth of field will look like on Canon cameras in viewfinders, just use the DOF Preview button..
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There's nothing inherently wrong with using liveview. Also, to preview what depth of field will look like on Canon cameras in viewfinders, just use the DOF Preview button..

Yes. It's really, really nice when doing 1:1 macro work. Now if only they would put the DOF preview button in a better location! It's my biggest gripe about Canon ergonomics.
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My old XTi even had the funky preview button. I don't know why they still use that location...
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Do they include contact information for you or at least enough identification info to be able to find you? Also.. do you have a website set up? If you dont, I'd do that now and get cracking so that you jump to the head of the class in search engines (SEO, etc)

I didnt see a link at all in the article, but i wasnt looking for one (and dont own an ipad to check), but used my Full name so shouldnt be too hard to find.
My website exists but sucks so much, so i dont link anyone to it anyhow.
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Something I put together to show what different magnifications look like on the same subject.

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Magnification Example v.2 by ArMPhotography, on Flickr
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silvrr, do you work in the Loop?
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