I beg to defer Ken, just once in a while :-)
FF is what we used in film cameras, OM included, and came from motion pictures.
Finding flaws in FF aka 35mm aka 24x36 is somewhat overstated when you consider
the gems the motion pictures industry worldwide has produced.
Youtube is mainly crap by and for non pros, non aesthetes, non name it and it’s
I nevertheless remain faithfully yours in so many respects ;-)
> Le 21 juil. 2021 à 21:39, Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
>> MFT can do video better than FF.
> As I'm up to my eyeballs in video right now, I'm going to echo this
> sentiment. FF offers a couple of distinct advantages, but those
> advantages are "for effect" than they are legitimate everyday usages.
> And just like any effect, it can and does get overused.
> The smallerish formats are good. As a reminder, 16mm was used for a
> zillion years and then 2/3" videocams took over the
> industrial/news/general marketplace. The 4/3" sensor when cropped for
> typical 4K video is yielding a dimension that is still slightly larger
> than Super-16.
> I like the Sony for some video work, but honestly, the most
> comfortable video that doesn't fatigue the viewer is done on
> crop-sensor cameras. And that's really the point. I watch a lot of
> youtube content, and I really don't enjoy watching content produced
> with FF cameras too much because it wears me out.
> Besides, there are distinct logistical advantages to smaller formats.
> AG Schnozz
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