SteveV4D Posted February 14, 2020 Share Posted February 14, 2020 29 minutes ago, chadandreo said: I owned a GH5, XT3 and a 1DX II and let me tell you there is a world of difference. I sold my Panasonic kit Not too long after getting the XT3. canon - 10+ years, GH4/5 - 5 years and the Fuji for 1.5 years. sure there are many workarounds and complicated setups the can make MFT work, but at the end of the day in cannot do what a larger sensor can do. I don’t think every shot needs to be wide open and crushed backgrounds, but when it calls for it it’s available. To me, it is like someone saying “ I don’t need a car with a trunk because I can strap everything on the roof.” Having worked with MFT for years, I can honestly say there is no need to have complicated setups and workarounds for MFTs. What on earth were you asking of MFTs to make such a statement? I have 12mm 1.4 primes for wide angle and pleasing shallow depth of field. Speed boosters aren't that complicated and whilst yes, it's not fullframe, MFT has it's own advantages too. Smaller camera bodies and lenses. More adaptable to a wider range of lenses. Less rolling shutter. Smaller sensors than fullframe certainly have their uses. A lot of cinema cameras use S35 not fullframe, like the C200 and C300. They seem to get by quite easily. Personally I prefer S35 over MFT. I find it a good compromise between MFT and fullframe, each sensor having their own disadvantages. However I've never struggled with MFTs and with a variety of lenses, seem to be able to cope very well with a variety of locations and tight spots and still get a good angle and bokeh. EthanAlexander 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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