Americo - I'd like to suggest that the D800 you have already is plenty enough camera. Lightroom and/or Photoshop will give you enough sharpening capability beyond that. Your glass might be a better place to spend your funds vs. a Leica (e.g. the 85 f/1.8G is crazy sharp vs. the 85 f/1.8D you have. I loved my old 80-200 f/2.8, but my 70-200 f/4 is far, far sharper).
I'd consider some photography workshops or classes too. That isn't intended as a criticism or commentary on your skills BTW - I'm a car guy, and I've always said the biggest improvement in...Show more →
I appreciate the feedback, and concern, however, as I had asked the person addressed, I was expecting his accurate answer and opinion, about the device. I do know how to spend my funds, but, I never mind the extra advice, thank you. I like cars as well, and true, the drivers are usually young, dumb, and you know the rest, but as for me, I am no where in the realm of young, dumb, sure, but are we not all? My goal, goals, with my equipment are usually intentional, and not per chance, and from what I understand, some folks seek organic sharpness, hence forth, the nikon D800E, Zeiss lenses, Leica, and any other available equipment, which, to those that test, means the D800E, Leica, but not so much the D800, so then, I have answered my own query?