Do you miss larger sensors?

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tbcass
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Re: RX10 compared to Sony A7Riv with Tamron 28-200mm f/2.8-5.6 Di III RX?

Ab S wrote:

tbcass wrote:

Foto4x4 wrote:

Tamron 28-200:

Here is an example of what the 28-200 is capable of. For a superzoom, it's about as good as it gets in my view. Since I took this photo, I have updated to an A7RIV but really there isn't that big a gap between the two.

This photo looks poor at 100% as if an attempt was made to oversharpen in an attempt to overcome the lack of optical sharpness with the Tamron.

I just looked at it on my 4k 32" calibrated monitor at 100%: the eye and beak of the bird look sharp to me, and the bokey is beautiful calm..

Look at the feathers. Not good. Very grainy and unnatural.

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