Quick rebuttal

Started May 17, 2012 | Discussions thread
John Mason
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'when viewed at 100 percent crop'
In reply to qianp2k, May 17, 2012

and that is the key point that makes the more blurry comment irrelevant

The D800 would not be more blurry for any given output size. The clarity will be limited by whatever is most limiting of maximum sharpness. This could be shutter speed vs movement of the camera body, mirror/shutter vibration, lens quality at selected f stop, etc.

A higher resolution sensor is NOT a variable to the sharpness equation that will make a final output look more blurry.
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