600, 1200mm comparison -- Rx10, Oly M1

Jock Elliott

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RX 10 IV at 600:

RX10 600 1200 test 001.JPG


OLy 75-300:
M1 600 1200 test 007.JPG


M1, Oly 14-150 II:

M1 600 1200 test 001.JPG


At 1200 (2x digital zoom):

Rx10:

RX10 600 1200 test 002.JPG


M1 with 75-300:

M1 600 1200 test 008.JPG


Cheers, Jock
 

Biro

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Interesting. Initially I was surprised the background was so much smoother on the RX10 IV image. But I keep forgetting the four-thirds sensor isn't that much larger than a one-inch sensor. So the aperture differences really do make a difference. There's also a clear difference in color science between Sony and Oly. Any thoughts of your own when comparing these images, Jock?
 

Jock Elliott

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Interesting. Initially I was surprised the background was so much smoother on the RX10 IV image. But I keep forgetting the four-thirds sensor isn't that much larger than a one-inch sensor. So the aperture differences really do make a difference. Any thoughts of your own when comparing these images, Jock?

Well, it strikes me that the 75-300 comes in third, and that the 25-150 at 2x digital zoom (600mm e) does pretty well against the RX10 lens. The 75-300 appears to be the least "contrasty" of the three.

Any of them, though, would be plenty good enough if I ever get a chance to document Bigfoot. (grin)

Cheers, Jock
 

serhan

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Interesting. Initially I was surprised the background was so much smoother on the RX10 IV image. But I keep forgetting the four-thirds sensor isn't that much larger than a one-inch sensor. So the aperture differences really do make a difference. There's also a clear difference in color science between Sony and Oly. Any thoughts of your own when comparing these images, Jock?
2/3 stop difference between m43 vs 1" sensors so it is similar to m43 vs apsc difference... 1.5 stop faster lens gives shallower dof...
 

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