I'd be interesting in hearing a very objective opinion on how the two systems
performed,day in,day out.
What were the comparative downsides of one vs. the other.
I find many of the reviews or opinions coming from people who have moved up to a
MFDB for outdoor use have taken almost a defensive position of trying to justify
My personal take (bear in mind I don't actually own a DB but have logged outdoor
time with most of the current 22-39 options) is that while the files are exceptional the
process,very often,is an aggravation that intrudes on the 'outdoor' experience-warnings,
beeps,fan noise,lockups,colorcast considerations,etc.
I'm not interested in a pixel peeping comparison of the two systems because it is quite
evident from firsthand experience that MFDB files are significantly better than a DSLR file
providing one could capture the same/similar image with both.
I would be more interested in hearing your 'gut' reaction to MFDB use in your daily
environment along the lines of, "the files were great,but..." or "the MFDB system was
far simpler to adopt than expected...."
Do you,as an outdoor photographer who is selling prints as part of your revenue stream,
expect tangible benefits from a MFDB file over a DSLR file when selling to your clients?
Anyhow,apologies for rambling but i hope you get my drift.