Sure To Cause A Stir - D3 vs 1DsIII

Started Dec 9, 2007 | Discussions thread
Kabe Luna
Kabe Luna Veteran Member • Posts: 9,493
it also depends on the size. From A2 onward, it's fairly easy to distinguish...

...pixel-level characteristics of certain cameras. I can, with fair consistency and with detail-rich subject matter, distinguish photographic prints from Canon cameras from prints from Nikons because they each handle very fine detail in distinct ways. Large, high resolution prints also make apparent even modest advantages in resolving power, so if large printing is an application for your digitally-captured images, I think you'd be foolish not to examine your images at 100%.

andrea buso wrote:

it all depends where is printed.
if it is well printed on good paper, you can see differences among
several level of sharpness. some client may not see the difference,
some other will only "perceive" that an image can be a little
crispier than another.
sometimes it does not matter, some other times it does.
it all depends what "language" someone want to talk with his images.
sometime you need something, some other times you need something else.

bottom line, i disagree a little with you guys who states that on
paper you will not see the difference, because when an image it is
well printed, we can see the difference. than if the difference
matter to us is another story.

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