Resolution (And moire) comparison test between the Sony NEX-7, NEX-5R, Fuji X-E1, Panasonic G5 and Olympus E-M5 at Dslr-Check.

Two things are amazing about this comparison: First, the amount of detail these small sensors can resolve nowadays. And second, how susceptible they have become to moire due to weak or absent antialiasing filter. There are full sized samples from each camera, a bit further down the page, one for a jpeg straight from the camera and another jpeg converted from Lightroom. Oh, there's another amazing thing, the amount of screw-ups Google translator can do on a simple page as this:

"Person (except the X-E1) of the machine 16M, by the easy moire appears rather is characterized by, in the case of the NEX-7 is the height of the resolution that the work on the difficulty out of moire Rather, it I think I will not take no choice but to put the tripod down to F5.6 aperture over the full size machine hard to come out of the small aperture blur If you seek resolution or more."

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