It’s hard to compare apples to apples when you want to buy a camera. Product descriptions throw all these numbers at you, such as the number of megapixels and the sensor size, but you may not understand how each affects image quality. Plus, for interchangeable lens cameras, many people will tell you the lens is more important than the camera body.
It’s easy to get confused if you don’t understand how these factors are related. So, let’s talk about it. What matters most for image quality? The number of megapixels, the sensor size, or the lens you’re using?