The difference is similar to 4k video downscaled to 1080 compared to native 1080p footage.
My opinion is that higher resolution can be very useful sometimes and it's good to have a camera that can offer you that when you need it.
AFAIK since 4k production/broadcasting is still quite expensive... Aside from Netflix whose "House of Cards"'s reviews
are still somewhat with mixed feelings. And yet there's been some time since 4K production equipment is already available it is mostly used for cropping and reframing
As for the Capture Resolution - never forget that it depends not only on sensor but also on lens, which makes the glass more important since the iterations there are seldom.
Regarding the Otus lenses, I don't think so. The 135mm (which is not an Otus) probably will, but the 55 and 85 are slightly softer in the corners. Of course they will be better than most lenses but will probably not deliver full 50MP worth of detail. IMO the two lenses capable of extracting all the detail of a 50MP sensor are the Canon EF 300mm f/2.8 L IS USM II and the Zeiss Sonnar T* 135mm f/2. We'll have to wait and see.
I am looking forward to see what the Zeiss primes can deliver on a 50MP sensor ...The Otus lenses will deliver all 50mp,and I suspect the Sigma Art series will do pretty well.
Where the hack did you read that? Or you have one yourself? I hardly believe it. :-(((
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