A very different D800 review

Started Jun 6, 2013 | Discussions thread
Rick Knepper
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In reply to Toccata47, Jun 24, 2013

Toccata47 wrote:

Rick Knepper wrote:

You will see a big difference in captured detail between the two certainly at 100% but also in this downsized image......Without doing this, I don't know how folks can train their viewing palate to see this detail.

Train their "viewing palate"? I think using a loupe to judge a photograph is a great way to train your "pixel peeping" palate, but it is an anathema to photography. Try looking at a cartier bresson at 100% some time. They look terrible! Does this mean the photograph is subpar or the camera is less than?

You apparently have no idea what the conversation is about. And offering a variation of what I suggested does not repudiate my point. You get a F in debate.

And lastly, Bresson? Please. How anout Ansel. Kick's Bresson's butt every time. (See how silly this can get?)

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