In this video from fstoppers, they show you whether large sensors create different-looking images to smaller sensors in cameras.
In the video, Lee Morris photographs his friend Keith Bradshaw with four different cameras each with different sensor sizes.
Lee uses the following cameras and settings:
FujiFilm GFX 50R/ 43.mm x 32.9mm sensor/ 64mm lens f/8
Canon 6D/ 35mm ff sensor/ 50mm f5.6
FujiFilm XT-3/ 23.6mm x 15.6mm sensor/ 35mm f4
Panasonic GH5/ Micro 4/3 sensor/ 25mm f2.8
He shot each image in RAW and only changed the white balance. he also cropped in on all images to hide the 4/3 aspect ratio of the GH5 and GFX.
You may be surprised by the results (or perhaps you already knew this).
Check it out.
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- Full Frame Sensor vs Crop Sensor: Which is Right For You?
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- Is Full Frame Still the Best?
- Making Sense of Lens Optics for Crop Sensor Cameras