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With DSLRs moving up in resolution, the gap between 35mm DSLRs and the Leica S2 will only shrink.
But even today, there some alternatives that might provide a balance between the two, such as removing the anti-aliasing filter of a 35mm DSLR.
Absence of the anti-aliasing filter can be a problem too, be sure to see the reader comments about printing.
Update: the Nikon D800E (2012) and Nikon D810 (2014) both lack an anti-aliasing filter and thus offer mainstream out of the box solutions without an AA filter.
The “hot rod” alternative
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These systems are hugely expensive, so make the right choice for your own needs (full frame vs medium format).
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