The Youtube channel "Media Division" shows an ambitious, but certainly not universally usable experiment: A Panasonic EVA1 Large Frame Sensor is used here to take pictures comparable to an Alexa 65.
For this, a Panasonic EVA1 is moved vertically behind a medium format lens. Afterwards the image sections were stitched together to a complete frame in After Effects.
Of course, the whole thing only works with motifs that can be reproduced in a loop. Nevertheless, the entire video is also made instructive as a proof-of-concept. And at the same time it invites you to think your own way through the hacks. And last but not least the comparison shots at the end are instructive to get an impression of what a large format aesthetic can bring at all.