When size matters (D800 pixel count)

Started May 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: When size matters (D800 pixel count)
In reply to shaunly, May 27, 2013

shaunly wrote:
It call a D600 and D4. Even then, those camera are barely 1/2 stop better at handling noise over 6400ISO.

Do your research again, the D800 has the best IQ up to 6400ISO.

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Actually the D800 beats the D600 at all ISO settings. Each D600 pixel is 150% larger than a D800 pixel, therefore noise will also appear 150% larger at the same output size. A D800 photo output to the same dimensions as a D600 photo will have a much finer noise profile, therefore less perceptible noise.

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