D500 > A6400 for Wildlife

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Boss of Sony Senior Member • Posts: 2,076
Re: D500 > A6400 for Wildlife
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snapa wrote:

Boss of Sony wrote:

chile7236 wrote:

those are some nice shots but I wouldn't move from the D500 (or D7500) to M4/3 for those kind of results...

How about these?

https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/61687657

https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/60978334

https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/62310297

https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/61633036

https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/62663740

https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/62199661

You need to change your name to Boss of mFT and stop trolling the Sony forum in favor of mFT cameras. If you like them so much, why are you trying to make people in this forum want to change to mFT cameras? It looks like that is all you are trying to do, you troll.

Hi, very sorry for pushing up your blood pressure. I love both of my cameras (Sony a6000 and Panasonic GX85), but I don't feel any particular brand loyalty. Just trying to offer an objective perspective. None of my MFT combinations can beat the sharpness of my a6000 with the Sigma 30mm prime, and the a6000 definitely produces cleaner files. On the other hand, MFT seems to offer the best bang for the buck/weight when it comes to telephoto.

BTW, none of those pictures are as good as the Sony APS-C cameras can take with the 70-300G or 100-400GM. Mostly because of the smaller, outated, inferior 16 or 20MP sensors. Give it up while you are behind, and stop making yourself look bad.

Certainly APS-C will give you better detail and cleaner files. On the other hand, having a smaller, lighter lens can help significantly when shooting fast moving animals. On top of that, the 6K photo /Pro-Capture modes of the latest MFT bodies can make it easy to capture the most remarkable images of birds in flight, like those shots of swallows I posted. An extremely difficult bird to photograph even when still, let alone in flight.

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