As you all know, there is a compression option when saving blend files in Blender.
I tested to commit the changes to GIT with a blend file consisting of 50 torus with 3 subdivisions applied. I thought uncompressed files would be much more efficient when using GIT, but regardless of whether they were compressed or not, the growth rate of the git folder was similar.
I don't understand this result very well.
I want to hear your experiences. Do you want to compress blend files when using GIT? Or would you like to uncompress?
After reading @HikariTW's answer, I carried out a more precise test. As a result, I realized that I had been mistaken. GIT wasn't just picking and saving changes to the blend file, it was just storing copies of the blend file every time it made the version. Blend files are treated as binary files, so it's natural. However, because GIT compresses and stores copies of the blend file, the size did not double. Because I didn't know that GIT was compressing when I created the version, I was mistaken for GIT to pick up only the changes in the blend file and store them in the version.
As a result, I recommend using a compressed blend file as @HikariTW said. When you commit a uncompressed 100MB blend file, GIT compresses it, makes it 33MB, and adds it to the .git folder. But if you compress and store a 100MB uncompressed file in the blender, it becomes a 33MB blend file, which is committed by GIT to compress it one more time, make it 27MB, and add it to the .git folder, so you can keep the storage smaller.