by insisting on a hand-held comparison, is your point essentially that when shooting hand-held, nobody can hold steady enough for an APS-C camera to show its resolution advantage over a FF and that therefore, the higher resolution is useless anyway in those (=most) situations?
You are asking for a highly subjective comparison.......
The hand-holdability requirement is a purposeful handicap here...
We've debated this topic over and over. You have shared your comparison of the 1Ds III and 7D a few times, and every time you do, I see a sharpness and resolution edge to the 7D that you insist doesn't exist at all......
No, I am just asking for results from real world actual shooting, because we cannot ever achieve the results we see from test bench samples.
Again, no, the handholding is important as most people do handhold most of the time. It might be difficult, but it is very relevant.
I have never, ever said it doesn't exist, in my samples I have said it does exist in artificial test type scenarios, however in real worlkd shooting other factors like AF, handholding, non optimal iso, aperture, shutterspeed, contrast levels etc etc make a bigger difference than the small differences between test bench results.
That is considerably more nuanced than your "you insist doesn't exist at all".
Let me ask you a question.
Do you think a 500mm lens will out-resolve a 300mm lens, at the same aperture?
Even though you haven't answered mine? Sure.
There are many 300mm lenses that are more than capable of out resolving many 500mm lenses, the reverse is true too. That is where specifics of a question become important, and my question was very specific, that you either misread it or intentionally ignored it is irrelevant, despite your assertions that "every test ever" illustrates my lack of a point, you can't actually point to one that does, including your own.
My request for a resolution comparison done as most people use theirs cameras will demonstrate that we do not, 99% of the time, realise the resolution the sensors are capable of in ideal bench test type scenarios.