« on: February 27, 2014, 10:14:59 AM »
in almost all situations from macro to wide angle to telephoto, a FF sensor will give you results that are either the same as or better than an APS-C sensor
... It's good you're pointing out you're talking only about the sensor, not about camera bodies which might have features like a swivel screen, and not about other aspects like working distance.
So concentrating on the sensor, and assuming for the sake of argument that ff is "better" the question is: How noticeable is this difference, i.e. what export size, what audience, and is it worth the immense price difference for the camera and lenses? And until proven wrong I'd continue to insist that with macro photography, this difference rather small, if any.
But after going around in circles I admit at this point I'd really like to see some "same framing, same dof" examples of 20mp 6d vs 20mp 70d with 100L for different lens-object distances. I have my personal experience with butterflies and fireflies, but of course I cannot generalize that.