This is a picture I come back to and browse in it looking at the detail. It is a three shot pano with my D800E. 100 mm f2 Zeiss macro @ f8, 1/200, ISO 400. It is from an old dune looking into a dune slack on the Lincolshire coast. In the slack is the densest flowering I have ever seen of the Southern Marsh Orchid and hybrids of it. The original is 12,880 x 4695 pixels. The second picture is an 'actual pixel' crop from the pano showing the detail captured through the rain that was falling. I dream of 12 foot mural print! No other camera I have used would have captured the foliage of the bushes on the far dune with detail and texture like the 800E. This sort of shot defeated the D3X.
Another picture I return to is rather different. This is a close up with a Zeiss 15 mm f2.8 @ f4.5, 1/400, ISO 100. This a seedling of wild Delphinium elatum. Hand held this one with the 800E.