My assessment of Olympus exit in The Galley: General Chat Posted October 12, 2020 · Edited October 12, 2020 by Apocolibri clarification You keep moving the goal posts: first you compare a heavier 800mm fixed focal length lens with a fixed f11 f stop, claiming it's lighter, and now you're claiming that having more megapixels on a full frame sensor validates your incorrect claim that crop doesn't matter when you build a lens. Were it not for the fact that you've posted more on m43 cameras than most anyone else on this forum I'd think you were a troll. Here's a direct quote from the Olympus website (your argument is now with them since you claim to know more about m43 than Olympus): M.Zuiko ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS at a Glance A compact lens with so much telephoto reach shouldn’t be possible. Yet here it exists, and you’ll love the freedom that comes with it. Packing a 35mm-equivalent focal range of 200mm to 800mm in a lightweight weathersealed design, it’s an ideal lens for wildlife, motorsports, and telephoto macro shooting.