Is my thinking about equivalence right?

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Re: Is my thinking about equivalence right?
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JosephScha wrote:

On page 3 of the 2014 article about Equivalence, it says:

"There are a number of factors in play here, most likely dominated by differences in sensor performance, but with other complications such as differences in transmission between lenses. This is why we tend to state that, although equivalence can be used as a guide to low light performance (and a very good guide in most instances), it can't be used to completely predict the differences."

I think this quote basically supports your (the original post's) point.

You are spot on. I guess I missed this when I skimmed the article and just payed attention to the equations they used.

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-Ian

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