Corner sharpness: Four Thirds vs 35mm (bandwidth warning)

Started Oct 27, 2007 | Discussions thread
lloyd007 Senior Member • Posts: 1,354
Re: Effective f stops on 4/3rds

Ah jeez the whole f1.4 is really f2.8... Repeat after me... f1.4 is always f1.4 the exposure will be the same no matter what system whether 4:3 or 30x40 sheet film. The only difference is a 35mm lens will expose 4x the area of a 4:3 sensor and will have less noise as a result but otherwise the images will be the SAME and shooting at low iso when there really isn't any noise at all the images will be pretty much the same too.

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