#6. "RE: Is Nikon Telling Us That D800E Is Not A Good Choice For Landscapes?" In response to In response to 0
The way I see it is, if you are shooting mainly landscapes, get the D800E for the extra resolution because moire is less of a problem in natural "chaotic" scenes where there is no recurring patterns. Also if you want to stop down to F11 or F16, then go ahead and do it. I'm sure that the D800E with 50mm 2.8 lens stopped down to F16 would give around the same resolution as the D800 and 50mm 2.8 at F8. Of coarse this is only a guess, but diffraction on the D800E will at some point end up blurring the image slightly like the AA filter does on the D800.