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D800 and Pixel Density

rplst8

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rplst8 Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Dec 2008
Fri 16-Mar-12 05:46 PM | edited Fri 16-Mar-12 05:47 PM by rplst8

>It's not the pixel density but the angular pixel density that
>determines susceptibility to shake. The D800 has 100 pixels
>per degree, the D7000 only 67.

How do you figure that?

Look at it this way... if someone can make an 30x20" enlargement with a 200mm lens on a D7000, then you should have no problem making a 45x30" enlargement with the same lens on a D800. Additionally, you should have no problem making a 30x20" enlargement with 300mm lens on a D800.

Simple as that.

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