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| p.1 #8 · p.1 #8 · A pervasive technique/gear myth on these high MP FF cameras? |
binary visions wrote:
You guys are missing the point
Let's be blunt: yes, the higher pixel density, the more flaws will be exposed in your images.
Let's assume that is true.
The D800 does not have higher pixel density than the D7000 or D5100, and only marginally higher density than crop cameras that have been available for several years.
Why, then, are people claiming the D800 requires special handling, when these other cameras do not have the same claims?
It's just internet echo's. One person says something, another person repeats its, and soon it spreads like wild fire. Like I said for me, the special handling is I don't want to handle 10 different 36mp files. So i take my time to just get one or two great photos.