06-15-2020, 12:21 PM
(06-15-2020, 12:13 PM)toni-a Wrote: Objectively speaking, I have no complaints concerning EOSRP sensor, a big story is made about its dynamic range: 11 f stops instead of 14 isn't the end of the world, although 11 fstops is already enough for 99.9% of your shots.
Its color rendition is excellent and noise control very decent, I can safely use up to ISO 12800 without worrying about noise.
I might be biased though since I use it almost exclusively for my kids shots, for landscape I still prefer APS-C. And even if I had a new Sony sensor everyone is raving about 14 f stops dynamic range is only valid at base ISO, since I use my RP in the ISO 400-1600 most of the time I will see little to no difference.
Now as market is shrinking, they are trying to create a demand , going mirrorless already meant replacing the whole gear...
You won't see a difference at base ISO either, unless you for inexplicable reasons "pulls shadows" many stops.