"Equivalence" demonstrated: Canon 5D and Panasonic GX1

Started Apr 27, 2013 | Discussions thread
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How did I say it?

pidera wrote:

Yes I had to read that paragrph twice and decided it was best to ignore it

Note (as I am still typing) : in the lost post I wrote something like this : Equivalency is at it's best when used in it's most simple form, ignoring things like read noise, bellows factors, t-stops and stuff like that. If all all connexions in the brain are right, one should experience some kind of insight, not yet mudded by other details. By trying to 'prove' too much hower (like the superiority of one system over another), one often ends up 'proving' nothing at all.

I think it was something like this:


  • Equivalence makes no claims whatsoever about which system is superior to another system, especially given that there are so many aspects about systems that Equivalence does not address.
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