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    How much is a full frame sensor worth? (Fuji vs Canon setup)

    Hi guys, I'm currently facing a dilemma and would like your advice. I have a Panasonic LX100, but I would like to upgrade to camera with interchangable lenses for greater flexibility and better low-light performance. I shoot architecture and portraits so I need a wide angle (at least 18mm equivalent) and also a 50mm equivalent lens. I've narrowed my choices down to two setups:

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    How much is a full frame sensor worth? (Fuji vs Canon setup)

    - Fuji X-T10 + 35mm f/1.4 + 10-24mm f/4 (approx $1690USD)
    - Canon 6D + EF 50mm f/1.8 II + 17-40mm f/4L (approx $1810USD)

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    How much is a full frame sensor worth? (Fuji vs Canon setup)

    I'm on a tight budget, so I'm currently facing a dillema between the two above setups. I would like shallow DoF, faster autofocus and better low-light performance from my next camera, and want to be able to keep the camera for at least 2-3 years, so would you say that the slightly price increase of the Canon setup is worth the better image quality of the full frame sensor?

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    How much is a full frame sensor worth? (Fuji vs Canon setup)

    (I've rejected the Sony A series and APS-C DSLR cameras because the lens selection where I live is rather limited for those cameras, so the Fuji and the Canon have the lens selection which is most suitable for me imo.)






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    How much is a full frame sensor worth? (Fuji vs Canon setup)

    I was in the same situation two years ago and went the full frame route. Two years later, if I had to do it again, without a doubt, I’ll pick up full frame no questions asked. Picked up a 6D actually.
    Low light and the fact you want to shoot wide are reason enough to go with full frame over a crop sensor. Add to that Canon’s large lens selection, and it’s pretty much unbeatable.

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