Myself and a guy i know called dad:tongue: was chatting about the possibilities of the m43 system based on the restriction of the sensor size, a lot of blah blah blah was spoken and not a curse or a a swear word was said:smile:. Overall the conversation was very positive around the limitations in it's present format but yet again we were getting into blah blah blah territory, then an idea was mentioned that made me wonder if it was possibly a way forward for not but m43 sensors but all sensors. We talked about the idea that through the technological advancement of curved LCD TV screens surely it would be possible to make a curved/partly spherical wafer that the sensor is made from, making it a lot more accurate at capturing the light instead of using processing corrections and therefore freeing up more resolving power to the chip. Anybody on here have a degree in optics or photonics that can shed some light lol on this idea for better sensors. Here's a wiki link to the nature of light in 3dimensions http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light_cone I do wonder if the sensor would require each pixel to be spherical or not? I have no idea at present.