Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
T stop? I've never seen that and I have some cameras from the 1910's how old is that "system"?


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T-stops are used primarily for motion picture lenses - they provide a more exact measurement of the light transmission of a lens then the slightly more theoretical f-stops.

The difference is usually small, and generally only relevant in the exacting circumstances of motion picture work.