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    Relative Focal Length, Angle of View, and CCF Chart
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    B&H has a nice chart for stills cameras on their site to show the relative focal length needed on various stills cameras to achieve certain fields of view. But it's not very adaptable to the AF100 or cinema cameras.

    Here I've put together a chart that shows the sensor sizes of common video and film formats, their Cinema Crop Factor as related to Academy Aperture 35mm Cinema Film frame size, and normalized for 16:9 image shape. It's not all that easy to put together a field of view chart when comparing different aspect ratios, so I normalized all the sensors for their widest 16:9-shaped field of view.

    Without further adieu...
    Last edited by Barry_Green; 12-10-2010 at 05:03 PM. Reason: Updated 12/10 to new specs on AF100 brochure


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    Now this is golden. +1, Barry.


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    nice. thanks.


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    This really needs stickied.


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    Is this chart relevant to the Panasonic GH2?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse Brauning View Post
    This really needs stickied.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneinapond View Post
    Is this chart relevant to the Panasonic GH2?
    Yes, the AF100 sensor is identical in size to the GH2 and GH1 sensors.


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    Panasonic 7-14mm
    Panasonic 14-140mm
    Panasonic 100-300mm

    With those three lenses, you cover the whole gamut. Nice.


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    Barry, once again you have proven yourself to be just the most awesome.

    Thanks for being you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan_Crittenden View Post
    Barry, once again you have proven yourself to be just the most awesome.

    Thanks for being you!
    I feel a Disney moment coming on!

    Seriously, you're both awesome and a credit to the film making community.

    Many, many thanks.


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