« on: October 16, 2014, 10:42:16 PM »
Perhaps I should read all of the prior six pages (and even some 7Dii reviews), but I suspect we're only having this discussion because Canon crop sensors are lagging a bit. Consequently, if you know where to look, you can see the differences between sensors. With other brands, the differences in image quality are smaller and the choice between crop and FF is more about lens selection, camera features, speed and megapixels, high ISO performance, depth of field, and cost.
Its a key consideration in relation to lens selection. But otherwise, I tend to feel that nobody can reliably tell if an image was taken with a crop sensor or FF sensor. And apart from the photographer, I doubt if anyone else really cares. Its just another feature to consider when selecting a camera - important to some, not so much to others.