|Photo © Tewfic El-Sawy (Canon 5D Mark II)|
|Photo © Tewfic El-Sawy (Canon 7D )|
|Photo © Tewfic El-Sawy (Panasonic GF1 -20mm)|
|Photo © Tewfic El-Sawy (Leica M9)|
|Photo © Tewfic El-Sawy (FujiFilm X Pro-1)|
While all of these have been shot at f2.8 and at an iso of 200 (the exception is the GF1), and at roughly the same time, there's obvious difference in many aspects between all of them. Another factor is that I had a 28-70mm f2.8 for the Canons, a 20mm for the GF1, a 28mm prime Leica lens for the M9, and a 18mm (equivalent to 27mm) on the X Pro-1.
This is hardly a scientific or a technical experiment, or an attempt to portray my preference...but just a quick look at what these different (in quality, price, type, etc) cameras and lenses can produce, using an off-the-cuff methodology. In particular, take a good look at the images produced by the M9 and the X Pro-1.
So have some fun as well, and take the poll!!!