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  • Posted on: Camera Image Sensor Pixel Size Explained

    What happened to Fuji in the aps-c table?

    The article does mention aperture, and with interchangeable lens cameras, the easiest way to improve IQ in low light is to use a brighter lens. Grin

    Another complicating factor is that newer design sensors tend to have a higher pixel count than their predecessors, so an older 12mp Lumix micro four thirds sensor for example will be out performed in low light by the newer 16 or 24 mp sensors despite having smaller pixels.
    • 2 Aug 2016 5:04PM
  • Posted on: Fujifilm X-T2 Full Review

    Should be a great camera, but just a shame that Fuji still feel the need to give the XT a 'mock dslr' style body.

    Handling for anyone with a nose is comprised by positioning the evf in the centre, and with no prism or mirror it's just not needed. It could have been better if designed as a more compact alternative to the X-Pro 2 and a water resistant update on the X-E2s, with a more logical body design. The evf could even be adjustable so it could be placed in the ideal position or even removed as a remote.

    But mirrorless manufacturers seem to lack a bit of confidence and believe they need something that looks like a dslr to be taken seriously. Olympus and Sony have the same issue with their 'pro' models.
    • 9 Jul 2016 4:50PM
  • Posted on: Sony Xperia Z5 Premium Review

    I think the Z5 sensor is large for a mobile, as it's the same size as a compact camera's sensor and larger than most other mobiles - so not sure what meant by the opening comnent about it being a common size of sensor?

    My experience is that this gives better low light performance than most other mobile phones, although nowhere near as good as a dslr or mirrorless camera.
    • 25 Jun 2016 9:29PM

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