>>3337209>If you want equivalent sharpness to full frame, you need a lens that can resolve 4 times as much detail
Congratulations on outing yourself as a complete retard. The ability to resolve detail is primarily about pixel density on the sensor, which is the same on FF as it is on MFT. You don't need glass that can resolve 4x the detail you absolute fucking idiot, you only need a lens that can resolve equivalent light levels in terms of stops, which is twice that of FF because of the crop factor. Pixel for pixel, FF isn't giving you any more detail than MFT, it's just giving you a larger frame, i.e. when controlling for zoom of the same subject in the same lighting at the same stops taking crop factor into consideration, there is no optical difference between FF and MFT.
IQ in that context is wholly a function of the quality of the glass, the quality of the sensor, and the capability of the image processor in the camera. OP is absolutely correct that MFT can rival FF for IQ because many of the latest generation MFT bodies have newer fab process sensors and more advanced image processors in-body than most of the stable of DSLRs from Canikon except the higher end, which are so far above the pricepoint of MFT gear the price/performance ratio is absurd. Oly glass is also some of the best in the industry these days, even their second tier premium series. Then take into consideration what OP pointed out in one of his dupe threads that Oly bodies have some crazy image stab ability because the motor only has to move a tiny sensor around, and you have a total package that, yes, can in fact surpass the IQ of many FF systems under most real world conditions for the average shooter, pro or not.
Unless you're making massive blowups for commercial applications, the higher res of FF isn't going to fucking matter.>It's bad compared to other cameras, really bad.
You're just a bad troll and the cancer that is killing /p/ but I'm at least going to challenge you to prove it.