|Nikon AF 60mm f/2.8 D Micro|
I pretty much knew the results I was getting with my Nikon full framed cameras, but just shot the Nikon D750 to show you the difference in the crop factor more than anything. All the photos where shot as close as the lens would focus.
|Fuji X-E2, Nikon AF 60mm f/2.8 D Micro, ISO 200, ƒ–wide open, 1/8|
This was the setup. I shot the photo using the 10 second timer delay.
|Fuji X-E2, Nikon AF 60mm f/2.8 D Micro, ISO 200, ƒ–closed down, 8 sec|
You can see the photo is better than a one-to-one ratio. I only shot two photos with the lens. One wide open and one closed all the way down.
Now to get a comparison for the crop factor here are the Nikon D750 photos.
|Nikon D750, Nikon AF 60mm f/2.8 D Micro, ISO 100, ƒ/5, 1/15|
|Nikon D750, Nikon AF 60mm f/2.8 D Micro, ISO 100, ƒ/57, 6 sec|
I was using a tripod to keep the camera still. With the Nikon D750 I was using the Nikon ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control Infrared to trigger the camera. I chose the "Remote mirror-up" setting and this lets you lock the mirror up and then take a photo. You press it once and the mirror locks up and then a second time to take the photo. Here is an earlier post on this technique.
If you have other lenses for a DSLR then get a converter and see what those lenses can do. The cool thing with a mirrorless is you can see what you are getting and also get the lens critically focused since you can see the results before you click the shutter.