The Economist article on mirrorless cameras

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Jerry Fusselman
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Which laws of physics?
In reply to Jerry Fusselman, Jun 11, 2014

Jerry Fusselman wrote:

forpetessake wrote:

Jerry Fusselman wrote:

(I own mostly Canon equipment) in low-light ISO performance. The a7s sensor is going to blow the a7r sensor out of the water for low-light performance. It is not easy to imagine Canon or Nikon catching up this year.

Do you understand the limits the laws of physics impose? Even an ideal sensor would have less than 1 stop advantage over A7/r.

Which laws of physics are you thinking of? By all means, show us your proof.

This is the part I really wish you would answer. What laws of physics make the A7r's sensor within 1 stop of ideal? I really doubt that the statement can be supported.

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