Compare at different ISOs for different apertures?
first of all, thanks for the great website!
When using the studio comparison tool with different cameras, say the Olympus XZ1 (max. f1,8-2,5) and the Sony NEX F3 (max. f3,5-5,6), do I have to compare them at say ISO 400 and 1600 respectively (doing only JPEG comparisons)?
To me it seems like I should, because the XZ1 is approx. 2 stops brighter. Or are there so many other variables involved (like sensor, jpeg-engine, etc.) that an answer to this is not as simple?
Another question regarding the comparison tool: the XZ1 seems to be (if looking at the queen-card) sharper than the NEX F3 (with the Samsung NX210 this is even more evident). Is this a DOF, sensor-resolution or focussing issue in that one studio shot or does that tell me that the XZ1 really does have an advantage here?
Thanks for your help!
All the best!
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