( Wasn't sure where to post this question.....please relocate if needed ) I’ve gotten into the mindset of playing with / learning about more features on the camera lately and today is "Aspect Ratio Day". The Nex-7 default setting is 3.2…..optional choice is 16.9. After a little reading I gather that the central area of the image is larger / cropped up so to speak with the 16.9 option...at the sacrifice of losing some perimeter. Since I shoot a lot of smaller objects (wildlife, flowers vs. landscapes) I usually end up cropping a lot off around the edges anyway…which of course enlarges the central area of the image as we know. And we also know that a lot of cropping / central area enlargement can sometimes result in degrading IQ a little. I’m wondering if switching to the 16.9 aspect ratio…(when shooting ‘objects’ in the center of the frame anyway)…might be of any IQ benefit by not having to do so much cropping after-the-fact. Anyone have any knowledge / experience using 16.9 on a 1.5 crop factor camera ?