Swapping EM1 for A7

Started Oct 17, 2013 | Discussions thread
Harold66 Veteran Member • Posts: 7,015
just not true

With the E-M1 evolving into larger and more expensive, and the A7 to the smaller and somewhat less expensive for FF, suddenly the formats meet in the middle with the same sizes and cost.

Simply put , it is NOT true. You can find a lens or a body that is almost the same size and weight than another body with a smaller sensor BUT any SERIOUS discussion is about the size of the system and chiefly the size AND weight of the elements in the system that one is using

the m4/3rds lens at identical apertures AND performance will always be ( or make it95% of them if you will)  smaller than their aps counterparts.. and even so of the cameras with a 35mm sensor ( what people here call full-frame)

When people carry their cameras around in their bag , the size of the camera by itself does not really matter as the size of all cameras and lenses you have in the bag


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