Hey everyone, Just fully committed to the m43 format and was interested in adding some more legacy glass to my collection. Came across this video by the often reviled Tony Northup. He makes the argument that adapting full frame lenses on an m43 body is a bad idea because the relative pixel density of m43 sensors is quite high at 64 megapixels, meaning images taken on legacy glass will appear extremely soft. He suggests highly recommends using a focal length reducer to combat this effect. Is there any truth to his claims? What are you experiences using older legacy glass on m43 cameras? Is a focal length reducer an important addition to my collection?