Another Olympus E-M1 and SONY a7 walkabout test, high ISO

Started Jan 29, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Ulric Senior Member • Posts: 3,580
Re: "But if you shoot at high ISO - a larger sensor is your friend."

MatsP wrote:

Once upon a time when I was shooting FF - back in old film days - my biggest concern was to get enough DOF, not the opposite. Anyway I still, as an EM-5 owner, sometimes think that maybe I should get myself an FF digital. And the 7 and 7r really tempted me. After reading this thread they are much less tempting to me.

Getting enough DOF still is a challenge. Here's Ingrid, only one eye in focus, and the lens is not even wide open. The primary benefit of fast lenses is that they let in more light.

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