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  1. MelospizaMelodiaFan

    Can someone recommend a Mirrorless Camera for backyard photography?

    In M43, there is a 2x boost to the focal length due to the crop factor. So a 300 mm lens becomes a 600 mm. Both Panasonic and Olympus sell 100-400 zoom lenses that take teleconverters. Add a 2x teleconverter, and the 400mm becomes a 1600mm. All that magnification comes at a price, because it...
  2. MelospizaMelodiaFan

    Can someone recommend a Mirrorless Camera for backyard photography?

    You and I both use cameras with 1/2.3" sensors. The progression in size goes like this: 1/2.3" -> 1" -> Micro 4/3 (M43) -> APS-C -> Full Frame 1" is still bridge camera territory (non-interchangeable lens), ruled by the Sony RX10 IV. M43 and APS-C are considered "crop sensors" because they are...
  3. MelospizaMelodiaFan

    Can someone recommend a Mirrorless Camera for backyard photography?

    I think he is looking to upgrade from a bridge camera, but I will let him confirm this. I am in the same boat. The question for me is, how little $$ do I need to spend to gain a significant improvement over my bridge camera? It is a tough question to answer.
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