I made a free tool to compare sensor sizes and lenses

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Zweistein

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I made a free tool to compare sensor sizes and lenses

PostFri Apr 16, 2021 4:43 pm

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https://sensorsizes.com/

Feel free to use it! :-)
It’s free and open source, I hope it might help you.
The data of the sensors and lenses comes from the manufacturers.
I'd love to get feedback.

Cheers
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Re: I made a free tool to compare sensor sizes and lenses

PostFri Apr 16, 2021 7:20 pm

Very cool.

I wonder if you can choose aspect ratios within a given camera choice ?

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Re: I made a free tool to compare sensor sizes and lenses

PostFri Apr 16, 2021 9:31 pm

That's very cool.

I use this tool from Cadrage called F8 on my iOS device. It has an extensive list of cameras and lenses in its database and Cadrage provides updates frequently.
https://www.cined.com/f8-lens-toolkit-i ... culations/
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Re: I made a free tool to compare sensor sizes and lenses

PostSat Apr 17, 2021 9:17 am

John Brawley wrote:I wonder if you can choose aspect ratios within a given camera choice ?

That's definitely a feature to add in the near future. Right now it's not possible.
Ellory Yu wrote:I use this tool from Cadrage called F8 on my iOS device. It has an extensive list of cameras and lenses in its database and Cadrage provides updates frequently.
https://www.cined.com/f8-lens-toolkit-i ... culations/

Very cool, didn't know about this.
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