to especially suit the D100. You may read and memorize this chart for entertainment while you are waiting for your backorderd/pre-ordered D100 to arrive. This chart is also suitable for digital printing from acanned 35 mm film at a printer output of 240 dpi at sizes up to 10x15 (approximately A3). The circle of confusion (COC) for these calculations is 0.016 mm (16 um) which is 2 D100 pixels--each effective D100 pixel is 8 um square. (For printing digital files from scanned 35 mm film, this COC corresponds to two pixels at 240 dpi at 10x15 print size--too small to be noticed by the naked eye, even fairly close.) Hyperfocal distances set using this COC should be essentially indistinguishable from pin-sharp. For real sticklers, you can use distances for a COC of 8 um by doubling the tabulated hyperfocal distances. The D100 can't resolve anyghing smaller than that.