Moving from MFT to FF

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Christi Dee Forum Member • Posts: 96
Re: Moving from MFT to FF

gasema wrote:

Anything I should know? Will I regret my decision? Looking into Sony or Nikon systems (Mirrorless). Sad to leave Olympus, but I feel like it’s time to move on for me.

A full-frame cam consists of a sensor size equivalent to 35mm film (36 mm x 24 mm). This is the largest sensor dimension marketed to photography consumers. Micro Four Thirds cams, which contain Micro Four-Thirds sensors; these are even smaller sized than APS-C sensing units, appearing at simply 17.3 mm x 13 mm.

Full-frame sensing units are larger than Micro Four Thirds sensors. So as you can guess, full-frame video cameras tend to be much larger and much heavier than MFT counterparts. For some professional photographers, this will not matter much; if you shoot in the studio daily, a smaller Micro Four-Thirds camera won't offer much of a benefit. Yet if you're a travel digital photographer who needs to keep your equipment as portable and light-weight as possible, a Micro Four Thirds body is a wonderful option.

Generally, full-frame cams include remarkable low-light and also high-ISO performance. This leads to much better photo quality than crop-sensor (or Micro Four Thirds) cams can attain. Full-frame cams have bigger sensing units as well as are for that reason efficient is capturing a lot more light than their smaller-sensor equivalents, which decreases undesirable sound.

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