Cool site to compare camera sizes

Started Nov 8, 2011 | Discussions thread
sderdiarian Veteran Member • Posts: 4,229
Re: New update to Camera Size website

Your dedication is appreciated, Idan.

I'm not sure how many others have done this, but your site is so easy to use I've had up to 18 cameras from smallest (S100) to largest (5D-MkII) lined up across my screen, it's simply a blast to compare them: http://j.mp/AClxmX

Some missing Olympus entries to consider adding to your already comprehensive list:

  • OM-4: could draw a lot of people wanting to compare the upcoming OM-D to it

  • E-P1: Olympus' original mFT

  • E-PL1: same reasoning for this model range

  • E-510: considered the perfect small Olympus DSLR body by many

  • E-30: some consider this to have more user-friendly proportions/grip than the E-x series

  • E-1: some still consider this the best proportioned large Olympus DSLR

Some others to consider:

  • GF1: many Panasonic users view it as their best mFT, will want to compare it to the GX1

  • Samsung NX20

  • Leica X1

Also, I don't mind front images without lenses, actually find it interesting to see the various mount and sensor sizes (put an E-5 next to a 5DMkII and, given their similar body size, the E-5 looks, well, a bit under-endowed ;)).

Keep up the great work and keep us posted.
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Sailin' Steve

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