Is my thinking about equivalence right?

Started 3 months ago | Questions thread
LevAizik Regular Member • Posts: 164
Re: Is my thinking about equivalence right?

Don't go down this rabbit hole. It is pointless and doesn't advance your skills as a photographer in any way or form. The equivalence topic is used mostly by YouTubers looking for more clicks and internet trolls looking to start a virtual fight.

Think about your budget. Think about how much weight you are willing to carry and if you want to change lenses. Think about what you are photographing (Family, travel, portraits, wedding, etc) Check if the system you want to use has the specialty lenses you might need. (Macro, long telephoto, wide-angle, etc) Check the ergonomics of the camera.

This is what is important and not all the endless internet chatter about noise (overrated), DOF (feature and not an advantage), and vignetting (can be used creatively).

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