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Sensor low light performance has improved significantly plus >>>
avatar May 23, 2018 04:17AM
A fast lens regains the depth of field control potentially lost with the smaller sensor. Glass on the NEX-7 is constant f/4 which is sufficient for most depth of field control when forced wide open using shutter speed or effective ISO settings. If I could get constant aperture f/2.8 glass I would. The RX100 is a pocket camera and its lens is variable aperture. Not the most desirable at the long focal lengths but that's the tradeoff for ability to put it into a shirt pocket or a jersey pocket on a bicycle. When I shot medium format insufficient depth of field was occasionally a problem driving longer shutter speeds than would normally be used to enable stopping down. When I use my cell phone I know there's not going to be much depth of field and that everything is going to be pretty much in focus regardless of distance. Wink



John

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Do you feel satisfied with your camera sensor size? BF Hammer 143 February 11, 2018 01:08PM
Resurrecting this thread regarding sensor size even though it's been dormant for a few months >>> Jpeg Attachments John Lind 42 May 16, 2018 07:10PM
I felt the urge a couple of years ago... Micha 110 February 15, 2018 03:05AM
Sensor low light performance has improved significantly plus >>> John Lind 28 May 23, 2018 04:17AM



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