MFT Users: Do you miss the shallower depth-of-field of bigger sensor cameras?

Started Feb 8, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Anders W
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Re: I don't know if this is just my monitor ..
In reply to Sergey_Green, Feb 10, 2014

Sergey_Green wrote:

Anders W wrote:

That depends on where you look. Consider this shadow comparison between the E-M1 at 3200 and the Df, the A7, and the A7R at 12800.

But somehow df just looks crispier,

Just look at the label.

Or here,

They are both 16mpx, so there should not be any difference.

Apart from that thing called a lens and that thing called an aperture and all the implications that follow from the two. Did you consider those? If so how?

The other cameras are not exactly relevant, since those are of different pixel counts, hence the images are of different sizes.

They are of course just as relevant as you make them. If you think the pixel count of the A7 and A7R explains the entire difference, feel free to downsample and see what you end up with. That was of course already done in the diagrams I displayed. Those are for a pixel count of 8 MP for all cameras alike. MFT is still 1.5 EV ahead.

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