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D800 is it really a camera for landscapes?

GiantTristan

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"RE: D800 is it really a camera for landscapes?"

GiantTristan Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Jan 2006
Tue 27-Mar-12 03:26 PM

"Sharpness and detail" are limited by diffraction only if one uses good technique (tripod, mirror up, remote release) and first rate lenses. Otherwise, sharpness and micro contrast are limited by blur introduced by other factors rather than by diffraction.

I am convinced that with a D800, used hand held and with a "walk around" lens one would not see a degradation of IQ even at f/16.

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