Full Frame Vs APS Vs Micro Four Thirds

Good article on sensor size and what it all means to the photographer. Check it out.

I've shot all three formats extensively and like most things in life they all have advantages and disadvantages. When you think of the different sensors what pluses and minuses come to mind?

#dslr   #microfourthirds   #scbp  

Full Frame vs. APS-C and Micro Four Thirds, and What Crop Factor Actually Means | Pro Photo Supply Blog
What’s a sensor? The sensor is the most important part of your camera; it’s the thing that collects the light, the digital equivalent of film. Resolution—the number of pixels—used to be the main defining metric of image sensors, but physical size is actually more important.

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About Giulio Sciorio

Since 2009, Hybrid Photography pioneer Giulio Sciorio has been blending still + motion & sound with his photography. Giulio is a Lumix Luminary, commercial photographer and founder of SmallCameraBigPicture.com - the resource for everything Hybrid. A portfolio of Giulio’s hybrid work can be found at GiulioSciorio.com.

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7 Responses to Full Frame Vs APS Vs Micro Four Thirds

  1. Andy Chen October 2, 2013 at 2:50 pm #

    wow, this is very infomative! thank you.

  2. Lee Harris October 2, 2013 at 3:47 pm #

    Nah, the most important part of a camera is the person holding it.

  3. Tom C October 2, 2013 at 4:01 pm #

    You had a nice post regarding sensor size and megapixels and how it related to magazine publishing and print sizes somewhere on SCBP a while ago that I went looking for recently and couldn’t find. Would it be possible to post a link to it in the comments here?

  4. Abhimanyu Sirothia October 2, 2013 at 6:58 pm #

    Now I get it! :-)

  5. Daven Mathies October 5, 2013 at 5:09 pm #

    Thanks for sharing this, Giulio! Hope to see you back at Pro Photo Supply again in the future. :-)

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