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  1. DSLR V Mirrorless: The Switcher Debate – ...
    January 30, 2016 @ 2:39 pm

    […] The problem with writing about cameras is that there is always a bunch of techo togs out there who bombard you with specs about why this and that camera out performs another . (“If you enlarge 5000% you can see a slight degrading in her eyelashes due to colour refraction of the ZXC sensor and the moire effect produce by the removal of the low pass filter which causes a slight halo effect which is visible (only) to an electron microscope”) Most of this information is irrelevant to most situations and has little to do with my photography. That is not to say there are disciplines of photography that demand certain technical specifications to shoot the desired result BUT for the vast majority of togs out there all the extra bells and whistles are wasted. Pick the camera to do the job you want it to do. There really is no one size fits all.  […]

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  2. DSLR V Mirrorless: The Switcher Debate – part II – FUJI X PASSION
    February 7, 2016 @ 11:58 pm

    […] is not really a competition between DSLR v Mirrorless. As I said in a previous post I would not go out and sell all your DSLR to buy mirrorless. The cameras do different jobs in […]

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  3. DSLR V Mirrorless: The Switcher Debate – ...
    February 11, 2016 @ 10:04 pm

    […] The problem with writing about cameras is that there is always a bunch of techo togs out there who bombard you with specs about why this and that camera out performs another .  […]

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