>The pixel density of the D700 is substantially less than that >of the D300. Essentially, the pixel density of the D700 is >5000 as compared to the D300. For a comparable >pixel density, the D700 should have near 20MP resolution since >its sensor is nearly 3x the size of the D300. > > > >This does not mean that the D700 can't provide great photos.
Agree, but since D300 have more pixel density on same size as D700 that means that you have more pixels on that area , meaning more details?
It is not a topic of mpix war or something I would just like to understand some things.