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What an interesting post! I suggest that, if the camera differences don't meaningfully affect your (already excellent) pictures, then another criterion enters the new equipment question: whether, if we agree that reducing consumption is desirable, acquiring new cameras is morally justifiable.

Mark Matheny

Thank you for the post and the tests. This comes at an appropriate time for me as I've been debating whether or not to jump into medium format or 24+ megapixel cameras. I currently use a Sony A55, having transitioned from Minolta into Sony. I thoroughly enjoy the camera size and weight, especially with a small Minolta prime lens attached.
My main concern has been that I rarely print larger than 12x18, and often wondered if the larger format camera would actually make a difference. And it sounds that more than likely it wouldn't.

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