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Oh! Well, then we can at least ask a well-posed question. Well, two questions. You point both cameras at a scene and you can ask how much of the scene is accessible to my shifted sensor "tiles", and how large is the area on the sensor plane of that chunk of the scene. In other words - what can I see, and how large a file will I get when I piece it all together. Angular coverage is twice the arctangent of the image circle radius divided by the focal length. If we can't shift out to the edges of the image circle, then we have to use some measure of the size of the covered region. That tells us how much of the scene we can see. The image magnification (assuming fixed camera position) just depends on the focal length and not the size of the image circle.No no, Matt. Same pixel pitch. I’m not crazy!
So now we can say something. It looks like the focal length and the image circle of the HR lens are both 10% larger than their Fuji counterparts. So we expect the same FoV over the tiled region, with 20% more pixels in the Phase One final image (10% more linear dimension and, as everyone knows, 110% of 110% = 120% )
I'm probably wrong in every particular, but that's my guess.