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>And wouldn't the corollary be that the D800 is less forgiving>of motion/movement because of its increased pixel density on>the sensor?This is endlessly debated, but the short version is that if you produce the same size image as whatever you are comparing it to, then it is not less forgiving.It is only if you crop heavily that it is less forgiving, and then only in the sense that the "other" camera could not do so strong of a crop, and so can see smaller flaws when cropped.And pixel peeping at 1:1 on a screen is equivalent of a VERY tight crop.The D800 needs a better lens or better support in the same sense that a magnifying mirror needs a younger face. The face didn't change, just how closely you look at it.Linwood Comments welcomed on pictures: Http://captivephotons.com