Hello Forum. Seems that I have read someplace that marketing for some early Leicas claimed that they were able to resolve one million picture elements, or some words to that effect. I am puzzled trying to discern what that first Leica with a 5cm f3.5 Elmar might equate to if translated into terms of a modern camera's image resolving power. I understand this is an issue of optics and film in the Leica. But I am wondering how to figure out about what megapixel count would have been required to deliver the images that the Leica's lens could resolve at that time. Or to put it into another, simplistic sort of way... How many megapixels was that first Leica? Any way to know this kind of thing? Thanks.