I think 48x36mm 50 megapixels is a great tradeoff size/resolution for a tech camera. Even if money was no problem I think I would prefer that rather than an IQ180 or similar. More shift margin and less of maximize-resolution-angst, plus hopefully less color cast issues thanks to larger pixels.
There's a 50 megapixel kodak sensor in the Hasselblad CFV-50, but I suspect it kind of sucks on a tech camera (color cast, wakeup procedure, poor screen for focus check), not sure though.
I'd prefer a Dalsa sensor and then the only one I've found is Sinar Exact (48 megapixel), which does not have a screen at all.
Are there any other products with this sensor? I'd love to see Leaf make one.
I am a little bit worried that the big MFDB makers may stop providing great tech camera options, the new Credo line for example just as the IQ line seems to be more aimed at the 645 SLR cameras. Sure the IQ180 works quite nicely, but concerning color casts and movements it is a step backwards compared to a 33 megapixel Aptus for example.