A quick ‘thank you’ to one of our readers, Jack Pearson, for sending me a link to an interesting article which compared image quality between Sony full frame and 1″ sensor cameras.
A link to the article is provided here. The author raises some interesting points and used one of his photography seminar groups to test larger size prints made with full frame and 1″ sensor Sony cameras. It may be good reading for interested folks.
My apologies for being inactive on my blog thus far in March. I’ve been tied up with some client video projects and spending a lot of time working on my New Zealand photography e-book. There is finally some light at the end of the tunnel and I’m hoping to have it completed by the end of March and available for purchase shortly there after.
My New Zealand photography e-book incorporates images captured with both full frame (D800) and Nikon 1 bodies. The native size of the publication is 7″ x 10″ which should provide a good balance between overall image quality and download file size. One of the things that many readers may find of interest is the image quality between the D800 photographs and those captured with my Nikon 1 gear.
My intent is to keep this photography blog advertising free. If you enjoyed this article and/or my website and would like to make a modest $10 donation through PayPal to support my work it would be most appreciated. You can use the Donate button below. Larger donations can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org through PayPal.
You can also support my efforts when you purchase anything from B&H by using the Thomas Stirr affiliate link. Even the smallest purchases will help support this web site.
As a reminder to our Canadian readers, you can get a special 5% discount when ordering Tamron or Rokinon lenses and other products directly from the Amplis Store by using promotion code AMPLIS52018TS.
Copyright 2017 Thomas Stirr. All rights reserved.