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    Posted: 24 September 2023 at 14:58
Maybe this has been discussed, but I haven't searched.

Will there be any substantive difference between an APS-sized image and a FF-sized image computer-cropped to APS size -- all other factors being the same (camera, lens, exposure, ISO, image quailty, etc.)? This assumes, of course, a FF camera that has a setting for the APS size.
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If you take a full frame shot in JPEG format and crop it later, it is possible that the image compression algorithms cause small loss of details when the picture is saved again into a JPEG file. If you take a JPEG APS-C photo in the camera, then the compression is done only once.
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