ttran88: The Canon makes the D800E look like a killer deal for half the price. But if you have Canon lenses than you will have a nice body.
"Were I a millionaire would I buy the 5DSr? is the question I ask myself. Not if its shutter lag is as bad as the 5D MkIII. "
Shutter lag D800, single-point AF and all-points AF:
0.2 seconds and 0.3 seconds.
Shutter lag 5DIII, single-point AF and all-points AF:
0.12 and 0.14 seconds.
In my world, smaller numbers equal less shutter lag. YMMV. Or perhaps you're misinformed. Or biased ...
Both numbers come from the same source, imaging-resource.com
naththo: Significant amount of pixelation and aliasing in those samples. 35mm sensor are not meant to have much more than 20mp at least. Its way too much mp cramming into 35mm sensor is not good things. You need at least medium format to do 50mp or so which will show much clean image look. I compared to Phase One, Phase One came out much clean sample to compare with hardly much aliasing at all.
"Scan that 35mm slide film at 5300dpi in Plustek and compare to 4000dpi, which is sharper result? 4000 dpi! Why? Because there is always limit in resolution from the size of film."
Then try the same with properly exposed and developed Tech Pan.
Your notion of "native resolution" is ... unrelated to the real world.
Chris Yates: "VERY IMPRESSIVE" price upgrade. :P
Define "not even close" and how much you're willing to put up for your guarantee and I suspect a bunch of people here might be willing to take you up on it ...