Full Frame vs Micro 4:3

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FingerPainter Forum Pro • Posts: 10,271
Re: Blatant misrepresentation.
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MyDog Is Incharge wrote:

FingerPainter wrote:

... Is there a larger Nikon MILC than the one I showed?

https://camerasize.com/compact/#856,861,699,570,ha,f

I guess you couldn't find one.

And you've cut out the reason for the Olympus body choice.

OK here is an Olympus with the latest sensor vs the Nikon and a couple other M43 cameras for fun.

There is a big difference.

And when you add a lens the difference can be HUGE.

Go ahead and add an F3.4 lens to the NIkon and see how it compares.

https://camerasize.com/compact/#861,699.30,ha,t

Let's compare apples to apples, put ANY 150MM lens on the Nikon that is F4 instead of F3.6 like the M43 camera, and lets see the HUGE difference in size.

https://camerasize.com/compact/#861,699.346,ha,t

Now who's cherry picking?

If you want to compare apples to apples you need to pick an apple that grows on both brands trees. Right now, there aren't very many corresponding apples.  AFAIK, Nikon doesn't make a 150mm  Z lens.

In any event you are arguing against a position I wasn't taking. I never argued that there isn't smaller MFT kit. I was taking contention with OP's implied assertion that the size difference reflected by the 3 year old video comparing a pro dSLR  to a "pro" MFT MILC, was reflective of the difference between current FF cameras. The current FF cameras are now MILCs, and that has reduced (not eliminated) much of the body size difference. When there is a difference in lens sizes, it is usually because the MFT lens has a smaller shooting envelope (I expect there are occasional exceptions).

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