More and more systems and sensors formats popping up (not only from Sony) and I am starting to get confused more and more:
What do I need/want and for what reason???
Right now it is jumping from one system to another, owning many different systems, and in the end being more confused than happy, spending more time with testing gear than with using it.
I would like to really see the benefits of different systems and which makes most sense.
Some thoughts from my side-and maybe others could comment/complete:
-EVF vs OVF: I personally prefer OVF, but I want them to be big. Since its not possible to put a big OVF in a small camera I believe the smaller the camera the more I would accept the (compromise) EVF. Makes much sense in a Nex or G3 IMO
- sensor size:....still confused but even though m4/3 becomes better and better I still have the feeling that dx-size is the site where IQ gets very very good. One big point here is DR IMO. When I shoot m4/3 I often get the feeling I need to push shaddows (and get noise) or if I expose more to the right that I loose highlights...seems much easier in dx-sized (or bigger) sensors
-Portability: When would one use rather a Nex7 over an A77? From a pure user interface I find dslr-sized cameras the best, sits steady in the hand, buttons are easy to find, viewfinder can be nice size
So what is the main reason that we want small cameras all the time?
I understand the ones which fit in a pocket, but everything else...does it make really a big difference if you carry a small or a medium sized bag?
Does it relly make a difference between 1kg or 2kg carrying around?
Confusion again on my side.