Is Full frame still the most versatile?

Started Mar 31, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Draek
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Re: Is Full frame still the most versatile?
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vzlnc wrote:

Hahaha.. its more like not using a Ferrari for daily tasks like getting groceries instead of a Prius.

No, it's more like not using a 18-wheeler for daily tasks like getting groceries instead of a Prius. Size and ergonomics are at least as big a concern as monetary cost.

FF are at the edge state of technology.

Didn't see the recent video on medium format backs that's been circulating about, huh? so yeah, not really.

Can I ask how FF is limiting you from doing something that you are able to do with a mirrorless except for being heavy?

Except for being heavy, large, using lenses with the same problems, and requiring $8k cameras to get framerates comparable to a $600 APS-C can get with ease? nothing I can think of right now. Then again, I guess other than my dead husband I quite enjoyed the play, thank you very much.

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