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The Small Sensor Argument

Interesting article from Robin Wong, on his personal blog:

https://robinwong.blogspot.com/2019/...-argument.html
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Re: The Small Sensor Argument

I will attemp to read the Wong blog later when I have more time, but to the chase. Is image quality proportional to 1/sensor size?
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Re: The Small Sensor Argument

Nicely said by Robin.

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Re: The Small Sensor Argument

It's a good piece and mirrors pretty much my own thoughts.
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Re: The Small Sensor Argument

Excellent article, thanks for the link.

Agree with everything he says.
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Re: The Small Sensor Argument

A good article which emphasises that the system you have must be useful to you.
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