Micro Four thirds is a picture quality compromise.

Started May 21, 2012 | Discussions thread
JohnBGood
JohnBGood Regular Member • Posts: 347
"Full Frame" is a relative concept

"Full Frame" is such a relative concept...

I used to work with a Mamiya 6X7 ProS which was a HUGE beast of a camera using 120 film, so for me those using a 35mm were not "full frame"
And I'm sure I was not not "full frame" compared to a 8x10 camera...
So you see you NEVER are "full frame"
You simply use what's doing the job for you, OR your client
read this article and think about it, VERY interesting...
http://blog.giuliosciorio.com/?p=550

Photohobbyfun wrote:

I think people are forgetting the "micro" part of the micro four thirds system. It really is a system of compromises. If you want the DoF control of a full frame camera then you probably need a full frame camera. If you want the sensor abilities of a full frame camera, then you probably need a full frame camera.

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