Meh. I switched from M-4/3 for a specific reason, and it had nothing to do with image quality. I loved the results from my G9 and the 50-200. Still recall that setup very fondly.@kae1 Interesting reply and I always think it is good fun getting and trying out new kit.
I guess the closest in my gear to the Sony is the Nikon D800, while it may have the AF system from the D4 but it lacks the power and speed of the Pro camera (4 fps against 10fps for the D4).
This means now I am trying to slow down and being a little more careful how I shoot. So instead of coming home with 10 billion images I am aiming to get down to less than a thousand, in a day (yes this might be a challenge using the Oly OMD-1X as just touch the shutter button, you have 30 images).
For me, I find very little difference in IQ between the various SLR style machines I use, the big thing with the FF cameras is the added real estate making cropping easier. Some of the images above on the D800 and heavily cropped, and on the web they do look nice (even if I do say so myself ).
Another thing I have found using FF against any of the crop machines I have is that f5.6 on full frame is not the same as f5.6 on crop sensors.
What do I mean?
Well, subject isolation, there are images I have where using FF has made the vehicles 'pop' out of the frame, something I find really hard to do with the crop machines, closest I have is using the x2TC with the 40-150 Pro in close corners, but at a distance it is not the same.
Now. of, course me being me, and seeing yours, @Brownie images using FF Sony, am thinking "should I try a Sony machine?"
But think I have enough gear for the moment so will resist (opens up MPB page).
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