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View Poll Results: Which is your Primary Camera Brand / Sensor Size?

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  • Canon

    54 44.26%
  • Sensor : APS-C

    48 39.34%
  • Nikon

    48 39.34%
  • Sensor : Full Frame (35mm Equiv)

    45 36.89%
  • Pentax

    6 4.92%
  • Sensor : Micro 4/3rds

    4 3.28%
  • Sensor : APS-H

    4 3.28%
  • Olympus

    4 3.28%
  • Sony (incl Konica Minolta)

    4 3.28%
  • Sensor : Medium Format

    3 2.46%
  • Fuji

    3 2.46%
  • Sensor : 4/3rds

    2 1.64%
  • Sensor: Large Format

    1 0.82%
  • Sigma

    1 0.82%
  • Panasonic

    1 0.82%
  • Other Camera Brand

    0 0%
  • Sensor : Small (compacts, phones, etc)

    0 0%
  • Apple iPhone/iPad

    0 0%
  • Kodak

    0 0%
  • Samsung

    0 0%
  • Leica

    0 0%
  • Hasselblad

    0 0%
  • Android Phone/Tablet

    0 0%
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Thread: The 2014 Ausphotography Camera Brand/Sensor Poll

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    The 2014 Ausphotography Camera Brand/Sensor Poll

    Each year on AP we run a poll of members camera brand usage. So it is time to start the 2014 Poll

    Please vote for the PRIMARY camera brand you use.

    Please vote for the PRIMARY sensor format you use

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    For info:
    The 2013 poll is here
    The 2012 poll is here
    The 2011 poll is here
    The 2010 poll is here
    Last edited by ricktas; 06-04-2014 at 11:59am.
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    Where is APS-H?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tannin View Post
    Where is APS-H?
    I just edited the poll so that APS is C/H and variants

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    (Blast! Now I've got purple dye on my finger-tip!)
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    Thanks for the edit Rick, but APS-H is nothing like APS-C. Anyone who has ever owned an APS-H camera can attest to this. It is a huge difference. It is somewhat more like 135 than it is like APS-C, but quite distinct from that also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tannin View Post
    Thanks for the edit Rick, but APS-H is nothing like APS-C. Anyone who has ever owned an APS-H camera can attest to this. It is a huge difference. It is somewhat more like 135 than it is like APS-C, but quite distinct from that also.
    OK. so edited again, now has APS-H as a separate choice.

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    A site that can help people understand the various sensor sizes with multiple display options is http://cameraimagesensor.com/size/
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    I'm happy now.

    But in all the excitement I forgot it was a multiple choice poll and didn't include the other cameras I have. No matter: the APS-H users here are now represented, all one of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tannin View Post
    ......didn't include the other cameras I have. No matter: the APS-H users here are now represented, all one of us.
    You did good then Tannin. The poll is for your Primary camera and sensor.
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    APS-C for me, one day I'll be good enough for FX.
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    Canon and I use full frame, APS-H and APS-C all together though 1.3 is my fav at the moment so voted for it

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    Im one of the minority using pentax.

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    No sensor... film!
    Ciao, Joost

    All feedback is highly appreciated!

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