How does the D3 achieve such high ISO?

Started Feb 17, 2008 | Discussions thread
tony field Forum Pro • Posts: 11,990
How dare you....

Marianne Oelund wrote:

You must consider your output medium, also. It's easy to get carried
away with the smallest detail differences in images, viewing them at
100% on a monitor. I do not print many of my images, but I did print
some comparisons that I made recently. On monitor, the differences
were very plain, but in print at about 220 dpi, even with +3 diopter
reading glasses, they were quite hard to see.

It is totally unreasonable to make a simple, easy to understand statement that accurately represents the basic final analysis of two excellent camera systems That totally removes all of the reason why DPreview fora exist!!!
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tony
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