Contituation of the Versatility thread

Started Apr 5, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Advice for the thread starter
In reply to olliess, Apr 7, 2013

olliess wrote:

FoolyCooly wrote:

In good light I think there would be little difference between FF and MFT...I pretty sure I can create similar photo with any of the cameras I own excluding the iPhone. Keep in mind that I'm still not shooting sports or birds.

In good light and ideal conditions, I think it's pretty well established that professional quality results can be captured even with an iPhone. It's only when things become non-ideal that you may need more camera.

One more thing. Do you think a non-photographer could spot an image taken with a FF camera in a stack of 20 MFT images? Probably not.

Depends what the images are, of course. 20 m4/3 pictures within the range where m4/3 can achieve an equivalent exposure to the FF camera? I don't see why there would be any different. 20 m4/3 pictures in dim light where the camera is getting noticeably noisy and 1 clean FF picture? You'd probably be able to pick it out.

OK so ISO 12800 is where you draw the line.

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