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actually, in most cases the a7r turns out to be sharper than the d800e, so you can actually make nicer large prints with the a7r. on the other hand the d800e has a little better high iso, so it'll be better for low light, but a canon or the d4 would be even better.
I just got a 20x20 print of the Taipei 101 building from Ming Thein taken with D800E and Zeiss Otus 55 and I doubt the A7r would be better IQ.
I'm sure after the uproar over the A7r lousy shutter, Sony will fix that in their next version, A8r?
Then the A7r resale value will drop harder than even that shutter!