Contituation of the Versatility thread

Started Apr 5, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Contituation of the Versatility thread
In reply to neil holmes, Apr 6, 2013

neil holmes wrote:

Mjankor wrote:

Which suggests that while it depends on the situation, for a decent chunk of the time, mirrorless is more versatile, for the simple fact that you can carry more options.

MIRRORLESS is more versatile, NOT (insert sensor size here).

When a mirrorless interchangeable FF arrives, to me, IT (if done right) will be more versatile than apsc DSLR that can not adapt other lenses....should be smaller than many apsc dslrs as well.

All things being equal, I still think that smaller sensor mirrorless will be more versatile in many cases than larger sensor mirrorless as far as cameras are concerned.

As far as lenses go, it is the other way around.

Good point. I was torn as to use m4/3s or mirrorless as APSC mirrorless doesn't gain the same size/weight advantage as m4/3s, FF will have almost no advantage and the little Q has a huge advantage. I'll just have to tolerate being confusing.'s gear's gear list
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