See my Sony mirrorless wish list at B&H Photo.
These examples include single frames of various apertures, as well as several focus-stacked images, which may be of interest to landscape photographers in particular, for showing what is possible in just 2 frames:
Examples at sizes up to 28 megapixels.
The about $1299 Zeiss Loxia 35mm f/2 Biogon is a winner for landscape shooting. An unheralded attribute is its zero distortion (< 0.2%), always rendering the scene more naturally than any other 35mm lens. Its small and packs easily and with 2 frames, many scenes can have huge depth of field via focus stacking.
The detail of this image is incredible at the 28 megapixel size when seen on an iMac 5K.
Dan M writes:
Jeez, View Through Pines to Mt. Conness is almost Ansel like.
DIGLLOYD: actually, if seen on the late 2016 iMac 5K, it's better than any print Ansel could ever have made—far superior dynamic range, and extreme detail.