I shoot both Full Frame and DX Crop sensor, .... not sure why🤷🏻‍♂️

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Tord S Eriksson
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Re: I shoot both Full Frame and DX Crop sensor, .... not sure why🤷🏻‍♂️

scokill wrote:

A good camera is a good camera regardless of sensor size

A camera good for low light photography is not surely good for shooting on a clear day in a snow landscape, and there is no way a small-sensor camera is good in low light unless you use tricks like stacking and similar methods. In really high contrast situations really big sensors are those that work best, far better.

So a good camera, under restrictions imposed on it by its design, including sensor size, can be good, but the sensor size, and sensor and processor design is the most important part, without a doubt.

I have very good 1" cameras, a handful of DX cameras of varying age and brands, and a single older FX camera, and in no way is a 20MP sensor of 1" size equal to one of the same resolution in DX size or one in FX size.
Size and pixel-pitch affect IQ as does the type of sensor designs used. 
I love my little V1, but it is not in the same league as my D7500, or my old D600, but for specific jobs they have no equal in any other size.

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