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    When evaluating lens wideness, I always go by the long dimension, because to me, the most defining ability of a wide lens is how much horizon it can capture.
    f/22 and be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterSense
    When evaluating lens wideness, I always go by the long dimension, because to me, the most defining ability of a wide lens is how much horizon it can capture.
    I tend to think about it this way too. I go so far as to consider the long dimension as my "normal" lend. A 35mm lens for 135, a 127mm for 4x5, etc.
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    Oh yeah, my 65mm is as close to 6x7 as I own.
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