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    the 3 bears - a size comparison

    How did this happen?!?!? Oh well, for those interested in relative sizes:









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    Re: the 3 bears - a size comparison

    Nice comparison shots. There is a neat little site that does this that I use often to compare camera sizes. Not sure if you have seen it before.

    Compare camera dimensions side by side

    You can choose any two cameras in their database and compare them. But real size comparisons like yours are nice to see.

    Great collection by the way.

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    Yeah, the camera size comparison site is very cool, but interchangeable lenses are a complication with it. I think they added that feature recently.

    I tend to jump with both feet. When I fell for the A7, that started a chain reaction. I divested myself of all of my u43 except GH3 and the Panny f2.8 zoom pair which is the go-to video setup. For point and shoot I had Canon S100 and then Panny GM1. I had an RX100 a year or so ago but didn't really get on with it. Part of it was expectations. The problem is the files from the A7 spoiled me. Then we had a video crew come in to do a shoot on one of our projects and I documented it with the A7 and RX100ii. Worked well, but significant quality difference as you'd expect. The thing is at some points I had to shoot the RX100ii because the shutter of the A7 would have stepped on audio for the shoot. Hence looking for something silent with a big sensor.

    I seem to go through waves where I'll swap out a bunch of stuff, then be stable, then a year or two later start getting CDO (that's OCD in alphabetical order).

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    Re: the 3 bears - a size comparison

    What's the grip on the little fella? Looks nice!

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    That is the $15 Sony grip. For once, a reasonably priced Sony accessory

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    Re: the 3 bears - a size comparison

    Odd to see the A7 the largest camera in a size comparison!
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    Re: the 3 bears - a size comparison

    Well, I can fix that







    And in case anyone is wondering, A7+35/2.8 is 1.37 lbs.
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    Re: the 3 bears - a size comparison

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    One good thing leads to another and by the time you realize it you are there.

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