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Are FX lenses compatible with cameras with DX sensors?

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This Learn & Explore article may also be of help: http://www.nikonusa.com/Learn-And-E...
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Yes, but you will have a corresponding increase in focal length of 1.5x. For example, a 50mm lens will become the equivalent of a 75mm lens. I have a 28mm film/FX lens that acts as a 42mm lens on my D7000.
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Please for more information click on the link below:

Answer Title: Please explain FX sensor size, DX sensor size, and the angle of view.
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