Inital comparison D3x - D3 - P45+ at base ISO

Started Dec 20, 2008 | Discussions thread
jean bernier Veteran Member • Posts: 3,181
Re: What does visible mean?

m_appeal wrote:

A little less soft at bigger print sizes?

With some subjects, yes. With other subjects, like the tests I saw at Imaging resource (D3 vs D3X, base ISO's) the D3X resolves the fabric texture while the D3 can't: in this case, you really have the edge using the D3X.

I do not print any of my pictures: they're delivered direct to graphic artists for publication, so I do not have the expertise as to how the difference will translate in large prints. One thing for sure, the graphic artist does a lot of retouching, close cutting, pasting of elements, and look at the files at pixel-peeping levels all the time: I'm pretty sure the difference might be obvious to "are you by any chance using a new camera?"

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