Hey all, Well with whatever i have come to know from the internet, a FF sensor produces a better dynamic range and a better high iso detail to noise against a m4/3 or aps-c for that matter. I was just having an idea that why not just fit a FF sensor instead of 4/3 but retain the same set of lenses and instead just crop out the image circle that is not lit. That way one could get the benefits of both systems(not asking for shallower dof). This would be like using an oly lens on a sony mirrorless FF. If we have a 38MP FF sensor then we could extract a reasonable 16-19MP image circle i guess. The newly developed high-res mode in EM5-II could also benefit. Besides an obvious bump in FF sensor cost what other implications could be there. Is this idea even practical? Appologies if this is posted in wrong section or something similar has already been asked. I do not want to raise a discussion/debate of FF vs m4/3. Kindly post only about the practical aspects of the question.