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APS-C or 35mm full frame?

March 18 2012 at 10:57 AM
Andrew Willis  (Login abwillis)
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Response to 60mm or 105mm Micro Lens?

If APS-C i.e. D90 or D300 I would say 60mm which is equivalent to a 90mm in 35mm full frame terms but the 105mm if using a full frame camera like a D3 or D700. I also find my standard zoom good for dioramas and photographing the whole of a 1:35th scale tank where a macro lens can be a bit long if you can not stand back far enough at Euromilitaire for instance. I use Nikon and have a 105mm macro lens so if you have anymore questions please contact me direct if you wish.

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