another beginner's question, regarding lenses; I'm trying to understand how does it work concerning the amount of the scene it gets in the film format of choice (information in books doesn't make this clear)
As an example: comparing the Schneider Super-symmar XL Aspheric 5,6/210mm and the Schneider Apo-symmar-L 5,6/210mm.
They have the same focal length but different angles of view. The SS has a stated angle of view of 105º and the Apo-symmar 75º; they have different stated circle of image, with the Super-Symmar having the bigger.
So, does this means that, if we use both lenses for the 8x10 format, the SS will get more of the scene on the film than the Apo-symmar; or they get the same coverage of the scene and we simply have a bigger range for the movements available (for the same format of film)?