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

Started Jan 16, 2014 | Questions thread
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In reply to Melbourne Park, Jan 20, 2014

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.

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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,

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,

Big problem!

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