Sony Full Frame vs Olympus EM-1 II for Wildlife

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OP Colin Smith1 Senior Member • Posts: 1,009
Re: Others as well

Okapi001 wrote:

nzmacro wrote:

Wu Jiaqiu wrote:

Okapi001 wrote:

Perhaps it is, perhaps it is not. I am still waiting for an example of an otherwise good photo, made with an m4/3 camera, and rejected by an editor or paying client or exhibition jury only because of too much noise or too little dynamic range.

the same applies to a superzoom as well surely?

And FF, APS-C or medium format. Why is one more special than another in here. It's a strange forum.

Every system is a compromise. As it happens, this is an m4/3 forum, mostly populated by photographers who think the m4/3 system is the best compromise for their requirements. What is strange in that?

I certainly agree with that!  I think I may be suffering from G.A.S. The incremental changes just don't make much difference.  We just want something new to spend our money on.  If I think back to my slide film days, today's MFT seems like the ultimate in technology.  The differences between full frame and a smaller sensor are minor, except for the increased weight.

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