APS-C sized sensor

A "crop" sensor size of digital photo cameras that is approx. 1.5x shorter and narrower than a traditional full frame sensor (24 x 36 mm). The APS-C sensor size has become a standard for DSLR cameras and is used by many different brands. 

Recommended links: Bob Atkins, Digital Photography School, Wikipedia

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