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mkrsmano New Member • Posts: 4
APS-C vs 1" sensor in low light

I assume that there must be some formula to calculate this: What works better in low light?

1 inch sensor camera with lens 24-120 (1.8-2.8) (e.g. Canon Powershot G5 X II)

or

APS-C camera with lens 18-55 (2.8-4) (e.g. XT-20 with XF 18-55).

I understand that simply going by aperture 1.8 will always let in more light than 2.8, but then the sensor size plays also a role in this?

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Canon PowerShot G5 X
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