Sony A7S trumps Micro Four Thirds, but not for size


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Mar 29, 2012
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Interchangeable lens cameras (ILCs) were once an unhappy trade-off between compact cameras and DLRs.

Their photo quality was trumped by even entry level DSLRs and they weren’t pocketable. However, standout newcomers in the last year or two have filled many of the gaps on the “size versus quality” spectrum and now there’s a camera for almost every type of shooting.

We’ve taken a Goldilocks approach to compare three: the big(gish) Sony A7S, the medium Olympus OMD-EM10 and the baby bear Panasonic Lumix GM1.

IMHO, this is an excellent comparison of several mirrorless alternatives to DSLRs in today's world. Lens sizes as he describes them are a big part of what led me to the Olympus OMD series.

You can read the whole article and watch a short video at Financial Review.

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