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I am selling a complete pack of Samsung NX1 that includes the following: -Body NX1 camera -Samsung NX 16-50mm f / 2.0-2.8 S Series Zoom OIS lens -Grip and 2 batteries -Charger Totally brand new. Sealed and with the plastic still put. As seen in the photos. Shipping to worldwide. Price: 2100 €, shipping costs included. Method of payment: by bank transfer or Paypal.
...and a Speedbooster! I'm trying to wrap my head around what the mathematical formula must be to gauge how wide/zoomed lenses will be on a GH4 with a Speedbooster. What I know so far: - Shooting 4K, the crop is 2.3 - Shooting 1080, crop is 2.0 - Metabones Speed Booster lessens crop by 0.71 - Generic Speed Boosters lessen crop by 0.72 Is the math: " FF LENS x CROP x BOOSTER ="? or for a 18mm lens: 18mm [Lens] x 2.3 [4K Crop] x 0.72 [Metabones] = A 29.808mm lens equivalent? To make matters more confusing to me, that only covers full frame lenses, so how do we determine the results on lenses for APS-C lenses? That I have NO idea on how the math may work. Thanks so much!