Return of Interesting article on DxO about 5D III and D800...

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Re: Return of Interesting article on DxO about 5D III and D800...

Back in the days when I bought my first digital camera, it was 6mp and at 100% it producer sharper images than anything else I saw from higher MP cameras and that is because the smaller the sensor resolution the sharper the images look at 100%.  Even though the increase of MP does increase resolution, but 100% crop reveals slight loss of detail and sharpness because of resolving issues, smaller pixel sizes and other minor things. What does that mean?  It means that if you are comparing a 36mp image with 22mp image at 100% the 22mp image will show slight more detail and sharpness due to the smaller sensor resolution.  However the 36mp will still maintain resolution advantage, and as I said before, that resolution advantage is clearly visibly on most distant objects such as tree branches and wires.

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