Contituation of the Versatility thread

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Re: What has this got to do with his argument
In reply to Jorginho, Apr 6, 2013

Jorginho wrote:

No, he raises some points where he bases himself on. What he personally does, how good or bad he is with a cam. Irrelevant to the point I think. That point is not "I am a good shooter, what do you think?" but "FF is the most versatile cam"

How the #$%& could he ever make a relevant claim regarding versatility of a system he has no experience with, vs. systems he also has no experience with? He states opinions, for which he gives no evidence whatsoever. Yes, 35mm is a versatile system. It is good for portraits and landscapes and closeups. However, the same applies for APS and 43. They are all excellent for all those things, equipped with appropriate optics, of course.

Some examples of other systems' versatility, for instance shallow DoF work with m43:

Wide angle work with m43:

Macro work with m43:

So how's that for versatility? And unlike the OP, I actually gave evidence for my opinion, and here we jump back to my original point which says that OP should learn photography before having opinions, and that his entire line of thinking is without any merit whatsoever.

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