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Technician wrote:Sorry to look ignorant, but I'm sure that most people do not really need unlimited resolution. If so, they must be pros and justifying digital medium format system isn't painful anymore. That megapixel race is forced, people force to 'need' it theirselves and convince to 'need' for their own, rather than confess they 'want' it. I think it is better to study nature of light to improve the vision and understanding what is relevant for the end picture and what's not.
Thanks everyone! I responded every message here but ended up clicking <x> button in the browser's tab. Oh boy...
No, no, no, you don't look ignorant at all. You are showing what can be done with equipment that is already perfectly capable of truly awesome photographs. Your series is great. I love them.
I was actually agreeing with you and others that the cameras we already have are sufficient for almost everything any of us want/need to do, and the idea that buying a 36MP camera with no AA filter is going to make things better is not necessarily true. Personally, I would NOT buy the camera without AA filters simply because of the moire/aliasing problem.
I merely pointed to photo 2 as an example of how it already can happen WITH an AA filter and that it would be so much worse WITHOUT one.
Keep the kit you have - you know how to use it and it can only get better the more you actually use it