Sensor Size & Versatility

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Re: Sensor Size & Versatility
In reply to Josh152, Apr 3, 2013

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My take on that is that if you are specifically going out to take photos, than 8 pounds is not much.   Also, it is more of a size thing to me.    On the other hand if you want to take a camera and some lenses with you "just in case", then 8 pounds all day can be a LOT.

I have much more than a spare 8 pounds built in ..... while I am happy to carry much more than that IF I have something specific (like a 300 2.8 at sports with other lenses) and walk a couple of miles with it  and use it for hours as well, at other (not planned) times I do not, but a smaller system with the same reach, I will take anywhere often....and when not doing that will have a point and shoot in a pocket.

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