Does M4/3 or DSLR produce higher quality photo's

Started Apr 13, 2013 | Discussions thread
mr moonlight Senior Member • Posts: 1,789
Re: Go to DxOMark

Choose the type of camera based on features and size/weight not image quality.

Medium Format may give you the best image quality, but you can't exactly carry one around your neck everywhere you go. Ask yourself what you will be doing with your camera be it shooting in a studio, landscapes, events, product, travel, portraits, fashion, kids, everyday stuff... then think about what type of camera will fit your needs best based on features. Size, weight, viewfinder, OVF, speed, LCD, control layout... If you want a camera that you take with you everywhere everyday, a DSLR will likely be a pain to lug around. A m43, APS-C mirrorless, fixed lens or compact P&S may be the best option.

I know it's been said a million times over, but "the best camera is the one you have with you."

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