More mpix does not automatically mean more resolution.

Started May 20, 2012 | Discussions thread
Shaun Bell Senior Member • Posts: 1,267
Re: More mpix does not automatically mean more resolution.

Sweet spot? I thought it was 12mp? Oh, that was so a couple of years ago. You really think Nikon (and Canon) aren't putting a high MP sensor in their pro bodies? You're going to look pretty silly when it rolls out. There's going to be some form of a D4x, just wait for it. Why would Nikon sell a body at 3K to pros if they can guilt them into buying a 9K body instead. They did it before, they'll do it again. Not all praise for Nikon, but it is what it is. That being said, everything else in the original post is pretty much garbage. Smearing? Really? I guess we should go back to 1mp cameras so we can shoot really slow shutter speeds.

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