M43 vs SuperZoom

Started Jul 9, 2013 | Discussions thread
sderdiarian Veteran Member • Posts: 4,229
Re: M43 vs SuperZoom

I'd go the other way, top as mFT. Based on detail and color quality of the hair and skin along with quality of the blurred background water. Shot in good light so noise is not an issue, and a great equalizer of performance, but still I find the top image of better quality.

Both have 12 MP sensors, the G1's with some 9X the surface area of the SX50HS, but of 5 year old design, while the Canon's uses the latest backlit sensor design. And the 50-200mm is not exactly a star of Panasonics lens line-up.

Now post an image from each taken in poor light as well as one at 200mm and cropped down. That's where the difference should become more noticeable.

Even at ISO 400 the difference becomes quite clear (set ISO at 400, include the G2 in selection, then drag the sample box over the watch):


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