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This refers to the size of sen­sor used in Canon DSLRS like a 200D, 800D, 80D and 7D Mark II, mea­sur­ing around 22.5x15mm. Its name and di­men­sions come from the APS (Ad­vanced Photo Sys­tem) film for­mat, used in its Clas­sic (C) as­pect ra­tio. APS-C sensors have a nar­rower an­gle of view as they have a crop fac­tor of 1.6x (also see EFL). Full-frame DSLRS need no fo­cal length con­ver­sion as they have a 1x crop fac­tor.

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