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- Jan 13, 2010
I haven't read it yet, but thought I should post it here now: A Digital Camera That Swaps Lenses, Priced to Please in today's New York Times, by Rik Fairlie.
Any serious photographer can quickly point out the benefit of a digital camera with a large image sensor. Simply put, bigger sensors — not more pixels — yield better photos.
But even pros don’t always want a bulky digital single-lens reflex camera. And that, in part, is why so-called Micro Four Thirds cameras are redefining the middle ground of digital photography....