Smaller sensors . . . I often feel that I can detect a greater readiness to
lose smoothness in images from my TZ100/200, Moose. That’s when I’m 'fiddling'
with them. I’d be happy to accept that that was my clumsiness, but images from
my Fujis are easier for me to fiddle with.
I’d love to have a go with the Sony compacts (they look cool as well) but I’m
ready to spend money on the Fuji X100F.
C M I Barker | Gamlingay
> On 19 Jun 2020, at 22:31, Moose <olymoose@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I know, I know, bigger sensors are better. But, you know, I spend a lot of
> time inside image files. I simply don't think about whether they are 16 MP
> 4/3", 20 MP 4/3" or 24 MP FF. They all process the same and give the same
> sort of results. In decent light, that applies to the 1" sensors in Panny
> ZS200 and Sony RX10 IV, as well.
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