June 16, 2016 at 8:36AM, Edited October 26, 9:32PM
Nikon G and BMPCC Speedbooster
Okay. I have never used Nikon lenses before aside from a few times when my dad asked for help with his camera and I tweaked the settings. I've always owned a Canon, Sony, or Olympus. Right now I own a Sony, some 35mm (including a couple Nikons), and a BMPCC.
Bought a Nikon G to MFT for BMPCC speedbooster.
I am very confused about all this DX vs FX vs CX mount stuff. Are they all the same, but simply designed for different sensors? Like the FX is full-frame, CX is APS-C, and DX is, I don't know, something else?
Which of these damn lenses will work with my speedbooster. NIKON WHY DO YOU HAVE TO BE SO CONFUSING. SONY MAKES AN A MOUNT (or bought it from Konica-Minolta) AND AN E MOUNT. CANON HAS EF. FUJI HAS X MOUNT. WTF, NIKON.
Anyway, if anyone can give me a straight forward answer as to whether they are all compatible on the same mount, and if any particular kind of those is better than the others. Of course I know the BMPCC is a super 16 MFT sensor, so the field of view is significantly reduced, though the speedbooster will help with this.