APS-C – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

January 6, 2015

APS-C is a type of censor found in higher level DSLR video cameras such as the Nikon D90 and Sony A6000. The sensor has an aspect ratio of 3:2 and gives a considerable amount of quality for low light situations. The sensor is in comparison smaller and cheaper than Full Frame sensors such as the Canon EOS 5D. In the last 6 years, technology has allowed the emergence of a new market of compact APS-C cameras that are much smaller and portable than the big DSLRs, such as the Pentax K-01. http://ift.tt/1xC7J96
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