Total Light Equivalence and Moores Law

Started Jun 7, 2012 | Discussions thread
Rriley
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Re: Total Light conveniently approximate Equivalence and Moores Law
In reply to Steen Bay, Jun 12, 2012

Steen Bay wrote:

My point was just that Jim's comparison didn't prove that the D800 is 4 stops better than the E-M5, and if I presented an iso3200 vs. iso3200 comparison with NR, and if noboby could tell the difference at that output size, then it wouldn't prove either that the E-M5 is just as good as the D800.

first you would have to assess the processors capacity to process anything, anything at all

while apparently conveniently forgiving some part of the conveniently approximate doctrine that usually conveniently overlaps everything else

Which is exactly what Equivalence does:

The same aperture diameter and shutter speed (usually attained by upping the ISO as required) results in the same motion blur and/or camera shake as well as same total light falling on the sensor.

but in this instance, didnt matter....
heh..

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