Examining full resolution pictures of some new cameras (my cousin's Sony A5000, Leica M10, Nikon D850) I see that bare sharpness at pixel level which was not present in older cameras (my old Olympus E-420 was infamous for soft pictures shooting focused at the infinity even with fairly sharp 25/2.8 ZD). I like that sharpness when examining faraway objects like structures and building and I hate it when I see moire on textures, false colors, people's faces and skin (modern lenses are already sterile, sharp with high microcontrast) ouch... it is pain to see those portraits. I have a camera with AA filter. Comparing portraits taken with my Pentax K-50 with Sony A5000 (I also add some film like emulation in Silkypix) I find mine more pleasing, old - school, calm and flowing with amount of sharpness. Shooting portraits I do not apply sharpening at all. Shooting film we don't have that sterile super sharp look, we don't see pixels directly, do we? Speaking of printing large prints, many pixels, more pixels and high dpi are more important than no-filter sensors so Canon EOS 6D Mk2 wins the filterless Olympus E-M1 Mk2 anytime. What would be your choice?