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The crops on this page are from the Dolls example.
Here the f/5.6 frame is used, because it offers a nicely blurred background (which reveals noise) and because no extra diffraction-mitigating sharpening has been done.
The only legitimate comparison for noise is to compare at the same degree of enlargement: less enlargement is needed with 50 than with 22 megapixels (comparing per pixel noise is a fundamental error). Alternately another comparison is to downsample the 50 megapixel image to the resolution of a camera with fewer megapixels (the 23MP Canon 5D Mark III). To your author’s eye, the Canon 5DS R holds a clear lead on both counts over its 5DM3 sibling.
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