#29. "RE: D800 - Too much detail for close up portraits?" In response to In response to 28
And, I think that anyone who can afford a medium format digital camera, can probably afford to hire someone to do all the post-processing. The D800 is going to require a lot of post-processing if it is used for portrature. The question for me becomes, do I have the time to spend, or alternatively, do I want to spend the time with all this post-processing, or would I rather take portraits with my D700 which requires comparatively little post-processing time? I think I will stick to the D700 (I will not be selling it) for portrature, and use the D800E for something like landscape photography, where it should excel.