Outside it is for the third time raining, but now "cats and dogs". Numerous showers are occupying the middle of Sweden, with thunderstorms - albeit none of them over the larger Stockholm area. Now that being said...

I compared (lightly) the looks of images, between 3 lenses - which perform to say, all similarly.

Canon RF 28/2.8 STM - 28 mm fullframe lens

Panasonic Leica Vario-Summilux 10-25/1.7 ASPH - micro43 lens (14 mm = 28mm focal length)
Panasonic Leica Summilux 15 mm f 1.7 ASPH - micro43 lens (15 mm = 30 mm focal length)

The look of a 28 mm ƒ 2.8 fullframe lens, is more or less equivalent to the look of a 14-15 mm ƒ 1.7 Micro Four Third lens at aperture ƒ1.7 Similar background blur among them all

But taken with a faster shutter speed with both Micro Four-thirds lenses, due to a 2.3 stops brighter aperture. (In practice more like 2 stops difference; 1/100 sec vs 1/400 sec)


Background Blur

So yeah, you can get background blur even with the Micro Four Thirds cameras system. Which is nice of course. It would be a shame if it wouldn't be possible. I agree however, that a fullframe sensor is perhaps the most sensitive "middle ground " between huge/large sensors, and much smaller sensors like Micro Four Thirds or smaller.

But in general, the latest sensors used in Olympus cameras, do a very fine job, despite the high density of pixel (equivalent to fullframe 80 MP camera) With today's digital tools, noise is no issue anymore.



- 97 -