Contituation of the Versatility thread

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Martin.au
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Re: Advice for the thread starter

FoolyCooly wrote:

Mjankor wrote:

This is similar to a point I've made a few times in the thread.

It goes along these lines.

FF is more versatile, assuming you can carry all your equipment. As soon as you decide to carry just a subset of your equipment, then the lighter systems become more versatile.

eg: FF user is going for a hike. They decide to take a 24-70f2.8 and a 70-200f2.8.

Their M4/3s using buddy going with them takes a 12-35f2.8, a 24-70f2.8, a 25mm f1.4, a 60mm macro, a 75-300, a fisheye, a flash and their lunch.

Now who's more versatile?

Great example. The guy I purchased my D7000 from sold it because it was too much for him to tike on his bike trips. I never asked what he was replacing it with but I doubt he was buying a FF DSLR.

Oops, that should be 35-100 in the m4/3 example.

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