"The full frame myth"

Started Dec 19, 2013 | Discussions thread
moving_comfort
moving_comfort Veteran Member • Posts: 8,230
Re: "The full frame myth"
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325East wrote:

Last summer I ran a small, unscientific experiment. I took identical (as possible) photos of a building with three cameras (Sony RX1 ff 24meg, Sony Nex7 APS-c 24meg and Pentax K-30 16meg APS-c) using good lenses. All three shot in raw, processed in LR to my preferences and printed 13"x19" on good paper. I put the prints up on a wall and for a month asked photographers and non-photographers alike what they thought of the differences. Surprisingly ...

Let me guess - low ISO, good light, static subject,  low aperture (f8?)

There are a good number of camera phones now that can trick folks into thinking they don't need any dedicated camera at all when you show them shots taken under ideal circumstances.

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