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| p.1 #12 · Crazy megapixels "for weddings"....???? |
I shot a ton of weddings with, first Fuji S2 Pro, then Nikon D1x, then Nikon D2x, Nikon D90, and now with D800e's. Love the D800's..not for the MPx, but for the low light capability, excellent flash system and great DR and exposure control. It focuses better than any camera I've used and my workflow is much faster with Lightroom 4 than in the past with Nikon Capture and Photoshop.
Another added benefit with the D800 is the ability to crop into something of interest that was not part of the original shot intent. Two for one photographs. I have gone to DX format to save space for shots that will never be blown up larger than 8 by 10 or larger....so then the camera is a 16mpx camera in that mode.
Heck, it even allows me to offer video in HD of the ceremony for additional charge with my backup camera....more revenue for me.
So saying it is only gear heads that use it is mistaken. I like it because of all the benefits it brings to my workflow and business.