Trad dSLR - finally, the beginning of the end?

Started Sep 9, 2014 | Discussions thread
falconeyes
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Re: Trad dSLR - finally, the beginning of the end?
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petreluk wrote:

I love your suggestion that the divide between fixed lens and ILC will become more pronounced.

I love how well you expressed yourself. Esp. the one sentence above.

The one point I wish to stress beyond what you said ... maybe ILC become enough of an enthusiast high image quality niche that sensors smaller than 35mm stop being significant at all for ILCs.

Remember that after all, it's not the sensor making a camera small or big, it is the physical lens aperture (which is the same for a 25mm/2.8 FT and 50mm/5.6 FF) and optical complexity (which is higher for a smaller sensor but same physical lens aperture and resolution).

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