Like many folks on here I've had some images requested by Getty Images on Flickr and even made some coffee money for my trouble. I know a few years ago Getty accepted Leica X1 images but I've heard little about other compacts beyond that. My research has yielded something as vague as this release: http://contributors.gettyimages.com/img/articles/downloads/submission_req_one_page.pdf …but this would mean many 1/1.7" sensors might qualify - well some 16mp models are 'better' than my old Nikon D700 which has been my most 'profitable' camera. (Also explains why my film scans never make it ….) Again, it's not a fortune but there's a small bonus in these 'sales' and so I wonder where the lines of diminishing returns begins. tiny - iPhone, Nokia Lumia 1020, really small - 1/7" - e.g., XZ2, G16, EX2 small - 1" - e.g., RX100, Nikon 1 getting bigger - mu43 - e.g., mu43 a little bigger plus an iota - 1.5" - G1X, G1Xii midling - APS-C - GR, Coolpix A, NEX, Fuji X100/XPro/XE/etc. From my experience: My smallest sensor that's sold has been full-frame (D700), my smallest sensor accepted has been APS-C (K5), my smallest sensor invited has been mu43 (EP3). Can you share your smallest censored stock imagery tale.