The term ‘full frame' refers to DSLR cameras with an image sensor the same size as a 35mm film frame. Not every manufacturer has a full-frame camerain its lineup. Most people buy a camera with an APS-C image sensor, a little less than half the size of full-frame in terms of surface area. But there are advantages to getting a camera with a bigger sensor—including a larger, brighter viewfinder and the ability to create an extremely shallow depth of field with wide-aperture lenses.
A full-frame DSLR has significant advantages, which arise because the image sensor is larger than that in APS-C-format or micro-system models. Another advantage of full-frame sensors is that wide angle lenses are true wide angles. The smaller APS-C and Four Thirds-format sensors don't use the entire width of the image circle created by 35mm-format lenses. Physically larger image sensors lent one of two advantages. Firstly, the greater surface area of the sensor could be packed with more pixels, delivering higher-resolution images.
Arguably the biggest advantage of full-frame cameras is that they enable a shallower depth of field than APS-C bodies. That's vital for portrait and still-life photographers, who want to blur backgrounds and keep the foreground subject sharp.
Few year ago it was only professional photographers, and enthusiasts with very deep pockets, who could afford a full frame DSLR. Full-frame sensors are typically found in high-end DSLRs – the kind used by professional and advanced-level photographers. Today you can buy an affordable full frame camera.
There are some older versions of full frame cameras that have come down in price, and you can also buy a full frame DSLR camera series later, also at affordable prices. You 've got quite a lot of choice for almost all well-known camera has launched a full frame, such as the Nikon D600.
|Canon EOS 6D vs Canon EOS 5D Mark III. Image: dancarrphotography.com|
Nikon D600 is the first ever full -frame digital SLR to grace Nikon 's consumer stable, while the Canon 6D shaves a huge amount off the price of the semi -pro Canon 5D Mark III, but you can choose the Canon EOS 5D Mark II, certainly more selection of the EOS 5D Mark III. Don’t forget try the Nikon D610 is Nikon’s flagship "budget" full-frame DSLR and an impressive all-around performer, which is certainly cheaper than the Nikon D800E, which Nikon D800E, is a refinement of the D800.
If you want a full-frame camera is newer, you can certainly choose the Nikon D610 or Nikon D800 and Sony SLT A99 with unique features . You can still search for the Canon EOS 6D are often referred to as the baby brother to the Canon EOS 5D Mark III, 6D perhaps because reliability is not much different from the EOS 5D Mark III , and of course more affordable. You also need to consider the Canon EOS 7D because of course newer than the Canon EOS 6D.
If you are not affected by competition Canon vs. Nikon, then you also need to look at the capabilities of Sony A7 and other series of Sony A7R. If you have a little spirit of adventure, you can also try the Pentax K-3. And there are rumors of the launch of the Pentax 645D II with the following specifications:
- 40 – 50 MP sensor
- SAFOX XI AF module
- Frame rate: 3 fps
- Highest ISO: 102,400 or 204,800
- Shutter life: 100,000
- Live view
- USB 3.0 support for tethered shooting
- Price around 10,000 USD
- Release date in mid April 2014
All of the above cameras are very sophisticated, with various superiority, where all the cameras have been equipped with various features, and you can choose according to the needs, dreams and budget you have. Any brand and any type will surely take you to become a professional photographer with beautiful pictures, sharp, even when you can make a photographs with high artistic value. If you have strong dreams, and continue to learn, you can be filthy rich in the world of photography.