Aaaarrgghhhh!!! My eyes
But it does go to show that everything you are likely to need is possible in PL.
In this image, we are dealing with a 16Mpx DX sensor and what looks like quite a soft zoom lens, which is always going to struggle with lots of detail. Here’s a 200% screenshot of part of your image and you can see that there is very little true detail in the grass…
This can be down to the settings in your camera rather than PL. I would recommend you set the Picture Control (or whatever it’s called in your other camera) to Flat rather than any of the presets. Then you stand a better chance, starting from neutral and not having to fight what the camera thinks it should be.
I also highly recommend you do not automatic white balance, as this is, once again, letting the camera decide instead of starting from a known “neutral” point. Since colour temperature at shot time is only recorded for reference purposes and doesn’t affect the RAW data, I would advise you to set it to manual 5600°K, which is the industry standard for daylight colour film. See if it makes any difference.
In a word, unlikely.
Here’s an image that I took with a Nikon D850, with plenty of grain leaves and texture…
Is this the kind of thing you would expect?