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Subject: Re: 20MP BSI m43 Camera for USD 500!
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On Tuesday, 24 October 2017 07:38:17 UTC-4, newshound  wrote:
> On 24/10/2017 11:45, android wrote:
> > A lot of folks here rave about the m43 cams but hesitates at the price
> > tag on the 20MP flagship models. Is it time to replace the "Made with
> > China" with "Made by China"?
> > 
> > The YI M1 don't have a EVF but not every body wants one but a Sony BSI
> > 20MP sensor it do. Read the IR review and have your say:
> > 
> > <http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/yi-m1/yi-m1A.HTM>
> > 
> Good balanced review, interesting "first effort" from this company.
> 
> But personally (and like the reviewer) I would put usability before tech.

Unfortunately, giving it one of the top 20mp sensors puts (for eg) Olympus in a bit of a bind
perhaps in the low-end as they are still supplying all but their top cameras with older 16mp
sensors.  This "sensor class structure" is seen in other brands as a sensor size rather than quality
concern.