Ming's got a video up, with still embedded in it, from this year's Thaipusam shoot.
I think the pictures he shoots at this thing every year are among his most compelling, I genuinely feel a sense of what it might be like to be there.
But anyways. Watch the video, on the highest quality setting you can render, and compare the footage (shot with a small-sensor Olympus EM1 II, which has a Micro 4/3 sensor, i.e. quite small) with the embdded stills (shot on medium format, ginormous sensor). This thing is supposed to show off How Awesome the Giant Sensor in Hasselblad's 100 megapixel thingy is, and how it totally creates a different look and feel, and how you should totally spend $33,000 on a new camera body.
The camera used to shoot the video is under $2000 for the body, and is quite nice.
I can see differences, for sure. And we're obviously not seeing all 100 megapixels in the stills embedded in the video. But still. It might not have been the smartest thing ever to let people compare an Oly EM1 to a Hasselblad Hd6-100c in quite such a head to head fashion.