Mirrorless & DSLR Weight Comparison

Started Jul 9, 2014 | Discussions thread
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wombat661 OP Regular Member • Posts: 288
Re: Conclusion does not follow data

RaymondR wrote:

you keep ignoring the Oly 12-40 and Panny 12-35. if you are going to restrict your point about weight/size advantage to take m4/3 out of the comparison, then say so. but if m4/3 is in, and you have m4/3 bodies in your chart, you have to put the m4/3 lenses into the equation and they destroy your original point. it is OK if you don't want to pick a system with a sensor that small, really it is. and for whatever reason. your reasons, your choice. but to keep arguing there is no weight/size advantage to m4/3 over the larger sensor formats is a bit silly.

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RaymondR

I am comparing APS-C to APS-C. No M4/3, and I specifically mentioned that I am not comparing different sensor size because I want the high ISO. I want to keep the same APS-C sensor size advantage.

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