The Age Old Debate: 35mm Full Frame Versus Medium Format Film
What photographer hasn’t thought about getting into medium format photography? This comparison provides some useful side-by-side work for you to make your own comparisons.
In this video, Film Supply Club does a nice comparison of a 35mm camera (the infamous Canon AE-1) and a 645 camera (the quintessential film camera for wedding photographers). For photographers who have not shot medium format, the appeal is pretty strong. While the lenses are generally slower, the depth of field is generally more pleasant with some lenses, offering a full frame equivalent of f/1.2-1.4 maximum aperture. Further, with the bigger negatives of medium format, grain doesn’t disappear but is generally considered more pleasing. With that said, medium format cameras, particularly 67 cameras, are…
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