Sony 7 v 7r v EM1

Started Nov 24, 2013 | Discussions thread
caver3d Contributing Member • Posts: 732
Re: Sony 7 v 7r v EM1
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blue_skies wrote:

Lol, I just commented on the silliness of such a comparison.

It is like comparing a Ferrari and a Ferrari and a Volkswagen.

Why?

Accept the differences first, and then wonder why the E-M1 is such a big camera for such a puny sensor...

Sure, they all take pictures, but the E-M1 cannot do what the A7/r can do - and not the other way around.

The other-way-around is the confusing part: sure, you can match exposures, etc., to make similar images with any camera. Throw in the RX10, RX100 and my cell phone for good measure.

But why cripple the higher end camera such that the lower end camera can keep up?

We can all drive Volkswagens and be happy, and as there are speed limits on the freeway it even makes sense.

But have you ever driven a Ferrari? Would you then put it next to a Volkswagen?

Silly, just silly....

Volkswagen indeed. You just can't stand seeing the E-M1 doing so well against your first generation, retro Olympus-styled copycat Sonys. Well, go right ahead and play with your clickety-clack Sony sewing machines. The E-M1 is feature-rich, weather-resistant, well-built, has excellent IQ, great class-leading 5-axis IBIS, and a sweet shutter. And it even has that top notch Sony 43 sensor.

Go ahead and put the A7R and E-M1 side-by-side and you'll see that the A7R can't do what the E-M1 can do.

And while we are at it, let's just see how big your poor excuse of a Ferrari ends up once you put those huge, over priced lenses on it. That is where m43 shines. Do your homework.

Silly, just silly...

caver3d

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