D3X vs 5D2 - myth and reality

Started Jan 26, 2009 | Discussions thread
rhlpetrus Forum Pro • Posts: 25,860
Re: The difference..

If you shoot landscapes in remote areas, as well as wildlife, maybe the D3x would seem interesting to you. At FX, a very decent landscape camea, at DX, a relatively fast wild-life shooting camera. Since most people would take at least two bodies in those situations, even better: D3x and a D3, same set of lenses, a good package. Which other system would do a similar, complete job?

Just don't get the point of your post, of course if you're a strict studio shooter and have the means, a 39MP Hassy would sound good enough. But that's, what, how much more expensive? Film MF or LF? Ok, that's a possibility, but the IQ gap is closing fast, and using film is becoming more and more an issue re materials used.

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