« on: September 10, 2013, 05:10:51 PM »
I have often wondered if Canon would revive the APS-H. They made they fishie lens, what had special markings for it, then abandoned it. Something I find amusing is to use my 11-16mm Tokina on my 5d mk II. It works to about 14mm, then starts to vignette. The amount without filter is ok to about 12.5, after which it's just wasting space, except that it becomes maddenling wide angle on the top and bottom of the frame. I would love to try a sigma 8-16 on, but I digress...
Anyway, what if the 7D mk II were APS-H? Would angle would be workable.... But, would longer become sadder? Mayhap if they increased the pixel density, we could cheer.
My wife has called supper, and, reading htis post, it makes no sense (I work night shift), and must stop become it confuses any more!