Not sure if this belongs here or in the Technical Discussion forum, but I'll start here. I'm trying to compare field of view between different lenses at their widest, specifically the Nikkor 18-70 and the 28-200. The Nikon web page says for the 18-70 the field of view (FOV) at 18mm is 76 degrees, but for the 28-200 at 28mm, they give a FOV of 74 degrees, 20 minutes. This is a negligible difference, and I suspect it is not correct. Since the 18-70 was designed specifically for digital cameras, are they including the 1.5 crop factor for it and not for the 28-200?