Reading resolution charts comparing MFT lenses to FX lenses

Started Mar 29, 2013 | Questions thread
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Dr_Jon Senior Member • Posts: 3,087
Re: Ideally...

Depends if you need to crop to zoom, if not I think any current DSLR/Mirrorless will do well.

I shot a duck with a cool cylon-like bright red eye in Regents Park the other day. I had the GH3 with the 12-35 on it. The duck just wouldn't swim close to me so I shot it at 35mm and thought I'll get away with it as I'll have enough pixels over it for Facebook. However it was ISO800 and the noise-reduction just killed the detail in the JPEG. The raw is better but not great. My 5DmkII does this stuff really well, but you have to carry all the extra weight.

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