Mirrorless And Micro 4/3 For Aviation Photography
Posted: Sun May 24, 2015 1:36 am
My next step in photo equipment will be a downgrade, at least in size. I discovered that carrying a DSLR, even if it's an entry level with two basic kit lenses is annoying... And recently I've been looking about the smaller mirrorless, and then discovered that the choice was huge and embarrassing. From high-end full frame to fixed lens pocket models... I'm getting lost. Sony A7 is a no. No need for a full frame. A6000 maybe or the Fuji XT10 or the Olympus OM-D EM10? The first two are APS-C and the latter is 4:3. My needs are for a prime like 40mm or a good kit lens like 16-50. That will be used for street and portraits. A second zoom lens will be used for aviation and other applications. The advantage with the 4/3 is that the focal is doubled, but is it worth and give a beautiful rendering? I feel more comfortable about APS-C with Sony and Fuji, and probably others providing larger sensors than Canon and Nikon. Your advices will be of a great help for me folks.