Is it just me, or is the resolution of coming out of cameras about a billion miles ahead of the resolution of our lenses? and, to be clear, what I mean by that is: the limits of a sensor are typically around one quarter of the number of RAW pixels being read off the sensor (eg, 4K is really only 1080p 4:4:4) the limitations of a codec are the size of fine detail that is obscured by the compression, either in high-contrast areas (like stray hair against a dark background) or i