If you have one camera with a much larger sensor size than another camera, does it have a considerable impact on depth of field in your images? It's put to the test here.
These days, you have three main sensor sizes in most pro or semi-pro cameras on the market: full-frame, APS-C, and micro 4/3. In terms of sensor size, a full-frame sensor is quadruple the size of a micro 4/3 sensor. So, does that mean it has a commensurate difference in images, particularly depth of field? In this test, The School of Photography's Marc Newton endeavors to answer that question by taking a series of shots at varying f-stops with both cameras and putting the results side by side for you to compare. For the record, he uses a Canon 5D Mark II full-frame camera and an Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II micro 4/3 camera.
It's always good to see different types of cameras (and lenses) put together like this, so give the video a look, and let me know your thoughts in the comments below.