Buying new camera (set) and choice between two m4/3 and FF

Started 8 months ago | Questions thread
Sergey_Green
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In reply to Melbourne Park, 8 months ago

Melbourne Park wrote:

While you are right perhaps, its not that simple.

For instance, portraiture is traditionally 85mm to 135mm.

As an example, the Nikor 135 F/2.0 lens.

You Pay:$1,299.00

It also lacks image stabilisation.

And it beats every lens you can ever have for mFT. And if it is too expensive then there is always 85/1.8 for a fraction of the DC lens price.

Its depth of field is not much different to Olympus's F/1.8 (=> F/3.6mm) because the Olympus lens is longer. Using very bright lenses on FF is not easy, because one can very easily loose clarity on your subject at full aperture.

There is a discussion still on the front page just about that. With this page for start,

http://500px.com/ElenaShumilova

And add in more than one person, and the edge clarity becomes an issue, which is an FF problem. Normally improved by stepping down ...

For example,

http://meninenuotrauka.lt/lt/family/

Big problem!

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