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And another argument for smaller sensor

And also a more general discussion of trade offs, by Ming Thein:

https://blog.mingthein.com/2019/02/2...always-better/

Take away: given the correct lens (ideally stabilised to take advantage of dual stabilisation), an E-M1 mk II is probably going to produce more usable files, in low light, than my A7II. Of course, this doesn’t take into account that the bigger sensor is better for freezing action.
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