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D800 and Pixel Density

Jim Pearce

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"Point well taken..."

Jim Pearce Silver Member Nikonian since 02nd Mar 2004
Sat 17-Mar-12 10:13 PM

Thom calculated it with a 24mm lens on an FX camera, and a 16mm lens on a DX camera. But the relative density: 100 vs. 67 will hold up for the same field of view regardless of the focal length(s) chosen. The upshot is that susceptibility to shake depends on resolution, not pixel density.

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