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barrywesthead

Kleinburg, CA
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"RE: D4 and Camera Shake"

barrywesthead Silver Member Awareded for his continued support of the Nikonians community, freely sharing his expertise, particularly in the areas of digital post processing and printing. Nikonian since 07th Nov 2006
Mon 30-Jul-12 02:04 PM | edited Mon 30-Jul-12 02:50 PM by barrywesthead


>
>I think the whole "you can't hand hold a D800 due to the
>36mpx" is nonsense.

+1 for that!!!

This misconception must be coming from users viewing D800 images at 100% who are not realizing that this is equivalent to looking at a 12mp image at 170%.

It’s like saying, “I would not want to win the lottery because of all the tax I would have to pay.”

This topic might be worth a new thread if it has not previously been hashed out.

Barry
http://art2printimages.com
bwesthead@art2printimages.com

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