Hello all, I'm searching for clarification on field of view for lenses used on M43 bodies. I own an E-M5 as well as an E-M1. As I understand and is widely known, the FOV of a specific lens doubles on a M43 body from it's focal length - for example, a 75mm lens gives you a focal view of 150mm - as it would be on a 35mm full-frame sensor. I understand this. What I'm curious to know is: - when compared to a 75mm lens on a full-frame body, does a 75mm on a M43 body give you the same basic image, with the difference being that it's cropped because of the sensor? In other words, if I were to take a shot with a 75mm lens on a full frame body - then crop the image to what the image would be if taken with a M43 body; would that cropped image essentially be the same as if it were taken with a 75mm lens on a M43 body originally? So, are we actually getting extra length out of a lens when using a M43 body, or is it basically a cropped image of what it would be on a full-frame body? If the latter is true, then no lens exists for the M43 system that provides a length more than 300mm - as compared to what would be achievable with a full-frame body with cropping. I'm not complaining - just curious to know if I understand properly. Thank you!