"But at low ISO nothing can beat this camera." - CEO SIGMA

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Re: Multiple Cameras Can Be Good
In reply to Aaron801, 10 months ago

Aaron801 wrote:

I'm just curious about your choice of gear/emthodology. While it's true that there are certain advantages to going this multiple camera w/ fixed lens route, you have to admit that it's kind of an unusual choice

No more "unusual" than someone carry a DSLR, with a few prime lenses. It is even better since it is a smaller package.

and I'm wondering why (besides protecting the sensors from dust) you arrived at this unusual solution. I wonder what kind of photographs you take and why you feel that these sort of cameras offer an advantage for doing that sort of thing....?

Simple, I value the best image quality.

All photographs deserve the highest level of image quality. If one wishes to degrade that quality afterwards, that's another matter.

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