|Bruce n Philly
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Yes WTLLOYD, you need a sensor that you can live with.
Not an easy selection task as you never know how this stuff performs under pressure. Over the years, I found that even though the crop sensor can get you in closer, it doesn't mean that it is actually better there. As you pros know, it is not about overall length and width, but density plays a factor. Those crop factor sensors get you in close but you all know about the annoying noise they make.
I tend to love my full sensor 5D Mk II. I need a sensor I can wake up to and still feel good about what it can do for me.
Bruce in Philly