Hi everybody. Welcome to Episode 51 of the Photography Explained podcast.
I’m your host Rick McEvoy and I explain one photographic thing per episode in plain English in less that 10 minutes without the irrelevant detail. I have well over 30 years of experience in photography so I do know what I am talking about!
In this episode - What Is A Full Frame Camera?
Here is my answer
A full frame camera has a sensor size which is 36mm x 24mm. This is exactly the same size as the film in a 35mm film camera. Typically SLR cameras used 35mm film, so when digital cameras were introduced the camera film was replaced with a sensor of the same dimensions. Full frame cameras used to only be DSLRs, but now you can get full frame mirrorless cameras.
Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!
Episode 52 - What Is A Micro Four Thirds Camera Explained In Less Than 10 Minutes
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Thanks very much for listening to my podcast, see you on the next episode.
Cheers from me Rick