Resolution Wars, part II: Comparing RAW files – Micro Four Thirds vs Medium Format, Really?

 

 

The Olympus E-M5 II really stunned us with its new High Res Shot mode that offers a whopping 40-megapixel JPEG file through some unique sensor-shifting multi-shot processing. The resulting image competes handily against high-resolution full-frame cameras, such as the Nikon D810 and Sony A7R.

However, for many advanced photographers, a JPEG is nice and all, but where's the RAW? Thankfully, the E-M5 II offers this too, but there's a catch: you need a special Olympus-created Photoshop plug-in in order to view and edit…

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