Therefore we could assume the Sigma 10-20 will be the same/similar to a 15-30 FF lens.
Does that have you confused? If not, can you explain it to me?
No, it doesn't confuse me, i know what's the difference between Full Frame and APS-c.
Just for some reason i assumed that Minolta lenses are APS-c. Don't know why. i wasn't
thinking about that since they worked very well with my A290 and do so with A77II.
I'll try to explain to proof i know the difference ; ).
FF sensor is bigger than APS-c one so spot of light needs to cover bigger area
in order to avoid vignetting, but on other hand the same lens "waists" a lot of
light in case of APS-c sensor because some of light is cast on the interior of camera
encompassing sensor. The cure for that would be moving an APS-c sensor forward.
Because of above, field of vision is smaller in APS-c than in FF cameras.
Just to be sure, is Sigma 10-20 an APS-c lens?
I need to more carefully look up lens specs in the future.
I recently picked up a mint Minolta 35-70 f4 for just £19 from Ffordes.
That's a bargain and thanks
for letting me know about that shop, i didn't know it. They have quite good prices in sale - department.
Yes, Minolta 135mm F2.8 seems to be very good, but on my APS-C it gonna be more than 200mm...
I really like prime lenses ever since i got my 50mm F1.4
Btw. very nice pictures Gordon, like them very much.