My "interesting" question is, if you photograph the same object from the same distance with the same camera and lens using, first, a 60MP and, then, an 80MP back and, then, zoom in to 100% view, is the object displayed larger on one back than the other, or the same size?
In other words, is it easier to check focus on one of the backs than the other?
Thinking about the options is doing my head in!
What I reason is: the sensor size of each back is the approx the same and the pixel density of the LCD is also the same. But the same object would be made up with more pixels on the 80 back and, thus, if each sensor pixel was mapped to one LCD pixel, the object would be displayed larger by 33% on the 80's LCD.
If that is true, checking focus on the 80 should be 33% easier than on the 60.
Does anyone know the answer?