>>3772917>fuji is lighter
XT4 - 607g
A7III - 650g
Fuji 16-55 2.8 - 657g
sony 24-70 f4 - 426g
You're objectively wrong.>18-24mp ff cameras
Sony and Nikon start at 24mp
Canon start at 30mp
Pentax start at 36mp
12mp crop still outresolves all but the most expensive and exotic lenses.>digital photographers don't always have computers
Then they should be taken as seriously as film photographers that didn't have access to a darkroom. (which was not at all). If you're in 2020 with a PC that struggles to edit a large file, it's really not much money at all to remedy that situation, $200 will get you a perfectly capable second hand dell.>you msut have the best of everything to be happy because you're a consumer
No, I recommend systems with versatility, so that your equipment can grow with you, minimising unnecerssary consumerism. As I've repeated ad infinitum, saying you can't reasonably afford the most versatile gear, then crop is fine. But it's a poor mans workboots kind of situation.>>3772918>it's about being financially responsible
Well if that's the case, I expect you never buy brand name soft drinks, you never eat out, you sew your own clothes, you work all the overtime you can, you sell all your now unwanted possesions down to old usb and power cables, etc. etc. Or just maybe, the more disposable income you have, the less you care about a few dollars here or there.>you must do this to fill the void
No void to fill here pal, I buy the things that assist me in doing what I want to do, I recently bought a table router as I wanted to cut a rebate on a woodworking project I'm currently in the middle of, when I'm sure some village dwelling indian would do it with a 70 year old chisel that he found and sharpened himself. Nothing I purchase attaches itself as worth to me, that's the mindset of an entitled poorfag.
And I agree, this mindset is RIFE on the internet, with sites like massdrop and kickstarter doing their best to exploit people.