Moving from dSLR to Micro Four Thirds

Started Mar 16, 2017 | Discussions thread
OP elsier Regular Member • Posts: 410
Re: Moving from dSLR to Micro Four Thirds

noggin2k1 wrote:

What aperture are you currently shooting?

Take into account that with micro four thirds, the equivalent aperture is going to be significantly higher than on your D750, so there's going to be a fairly large compromise in either shutter speed (unlikely), or ISO.

Either way, there's a likely chance the quality of your pictures is going to suffer (not a big deal if that's not priority for you).

It depends, since I shoot manual. It also depends on the lens -- the Sigma 150-600 isn't the brightest lens out there (which I knew before buying it) and I have a tendency to keep to the widest aperture possible so that I can get more speed. If the Oly camera can handle high ISOs well (the Nikon is very good at that), I'll be fine. Thanks.

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