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| p.2 #10 · Is it safe to go back in the Nikon D800 water... |
Kerry, as I said, #1 and #2 depend on your equipment. If for example you're running an 8 year old PC and have small hard drives, USB 1.1 instead of USB 3, etc., then yes, things could be slow. But that would hold for the new 24 MP cameras out now too. Those raw files aren't exactly tiny either.
On the shutter speed issue, that was a hot topic of conversation when the D800 came out: Small pixel pitch, need higher shutter speeds to avoid blur due to this, etc. Basically, a general message that you can't use the D800 normally:...Show more →
My thinking is the same as Guy's, [gugs]. I rather doubt that most folks buy a d800 so they can get the same levels of detail that they can get with a 12mp camera. I know that I did not. It's not really that big of a deal to keep in mind that shutter speeds often need to be higher and technique is more important, than it used to be.
I'm talking about the times when you're shooting hand held, especially in poor lighting. It should go without saying that if one wants to extract max IQ from any camera, then excellent support, lenses, and technique are mandatory. But, most of us don't expend that kind of effort for the majority of our shots.
I think that we are in agreement. Thanks for the clarification.