Postage stamps prepare to get wiped out. Olympus will go bankrupt, Panasonic will stop making stills cameras and they will surrender to the might of the full frame sensor. The Nikon D850 Landscape Lord is here to crush all the inferior smaller sensors with its superior dynamic range and resolution posse of the D810 Landscape Master II and D800 Landscape Master I with their superior megapixel counts. The mirrorless D860 will eradicate Sony and any remains all while making Canon submissive to Nikon. They are all so superior they must be used on a tripod else the shutter will cause blur due to their massive megapixel superiority. Only the finest of lenses will do on then, for the gold ring is a mark of excellence that is paired with the megapixels to produce the results. Wait a minute. This panorama is actually formed from 5 HR shots that had to be downrezzed from 80mp to 20mp just so I wouldn't run out of memory in the process of stitching them together... Funny, I wonder what happens when you're actually in a situation where you can use a tripod and there's very little subject motion combined with a short FL. Not-even-a-100%: From a Tokina 11-20 f/2.8 on a Speedbooster. Supposedly two things that shouldn't be done with cameras, since I'm using "alt-brand" lenses on an "unsanctioned accessory." In all seriousness: The E-M1II can do everything I asked of it and it does it better than my expectations. I've been told I have fairly high expectations for what I'm asking for, especially when it comes to asking for that much from "such a small sensor." Half of small format seems to work out fine it seems, especially when the competency of the user is added to the equation.