« on: October 22, 2014, 10:42:12 PM »
Sure, if you are doing portraits, where DoF matters, you'll go with FF. The same holds with low light where you want to minimize noise. However, if I were going to visit Alaska or Yellowstone, I think I'd buy a MFT camera and the Zuiko 300/2.8 lens rather than the 600/5.6 for my Canon. The combo will be cheaper, lighter, smaller and unless I'm shooting at dusk or dawn, the grizzlies will show the same size (and probably comparable IQ) on the same size print, or my screen.
Indeed. Because we all know having deeper DoF makes for better wildlife images. For example, the first image is much better than the second, it's much better that all the distracting stuff behind the subject is decently sharp focus.