When attaching a camera with a sensor inch larger than the compatible camera sensor inch of the lens

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When attaching a camera with a sensor inch larger than the compatible camera sensor inch of the lens

Each lens has a corresponding camera sensor inch.
If you install a camera with a larger sensor inch, vignetting or peripheral blur will increase.

●What is vignetting?

Vignetting is a black tunnel-like area that occurs when a lens that is incompatible with the camera's image sensor is used.
It will look like you are looking through a tunnel.
Black areas (vignetting) can be seen at the four corners of the screen.


●What is ambient blur?
Peripheral blur does not reach the level of vignetting mentioned above, but it occurs when the camera's image sensor covers the edge of the lens, which is optically distorted, causing the surroundings to be out of focus and blurred.
If the sensor inch is larger, the range of this peripheral blur will be greatly expanded.

The red circle is in focus, but the surrounding area is out of focus

Low magnification zoom lens SDS-LRS (Supported image sensor sizes are 1/2.5 inch and 1/3 inch)
I purposely tried taking pictures using a 2/3 inch sensor camera.

●When shooting distance is 200mm

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