micro 4/3 or APC compact systems WHICH ONE ?

Started Mar 1, 2014 | Discussions thread
Jack Hass Regular Member • Posts: 392
Re: Get the Panasonic F/2.8 zooms

captura wrote:

Jack Hass wrote:

Sony's newest sensor is the brand new 24 mp is found in the NEX-like A6000 model, which has not yet hit the streets. It is considered that it's performance will beat the current reigning champ of DxO comparisons (of M43 and APS-C cameras) the 3 year old NEX-7 model by one full f-stop. So lacking any data for the A6000, I have put 3 known cameras to the test on DxO: the Olympus OM-D E-M, the cheap $300 Sony NEX-3, and the Sony NEX-7. Results:

if there is no data, how do you know it will be a full stop better? And how do you know it's brand new? Are you saying sony designed two different 24mp apsc sensors? Where did you read this?

If the answer to these questions is "just a hunch", no more troll snacks for you.

As you can see, the cheap 3N beats the hugely exaggerated capability of the EM-1 by 1 point. (74 to 73)

camera price means nothing, the 3n is a stripped down NEX6.

And the NEX-7 scores 81 points, simply blowing the EM-1 out of the water. They used to say, "you can't beat cubic inches." Well it's the same here; you can't beat a bigger sensor. APS-C wins over M43, every time.

M43 is not even and it never will be. You can't can't beat the rules of physics.

for starters it's "laws" not rules. And nobody is beating them, don't need to. Panasonic will gain a full stop of light when their color filter goes into production. Why do you think Sony is pushing FF nex so hard, they know what is coming from MFT. APSC nex will be dumped, better sell them lenses while you can!! This is why they admitted to focusing on FF lenses right now. Anybody buying APSC lenses for NEX is investing a loss.

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