Higher megapixels will give you minute detail of the subject shot but another thing matters for a wonderful picture is the frame. So Leaf’s AFi 10 doesn’t boast itself to be a camera with highest number of pixels, but sets apart to be a true wide frame camera. It is a medium format camera with a 56 megapixel Schneider sensor (second highest for the time being) and frame measurement of 56×36 mm.
ISO support varies from 50-800 and is able to capture a frame in a second. There’s also Verto internal sensor rotation technology to take pictures in both landscape and portrait orientation without flipping the sensor. However, technology doesn’t come cheap. This one will set you back at around $43,000.