Maybe it' my aging eyes, but.......

Started Mar 31, 2013 | Discussions thread
OP fotolopithecus Senior Member • Posts: 1,699
Re: Well fotolopithecus...

JimPearce wrote:

The higher spatial frequency information from these higher megapixel cameras is at lower contrast. Hence the need for sharper, more contrasty lenses to keep up. I also think the D300 may have a weaker OLPF than the D7000 - but the D7100 has none. On balance I think my D7100 is slightly sharper than my D300 and D300s.

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Ok, this appears to be an explanation worth discussion, since I don't have a D7100, and can only go by what I see posted here, it is possible that it is slightly sharper than the D300. Having had a D300, and having a D7000, I can tell you as a matter of fact that I had to sharpen the D7000 images more to look nearly as sharp as the D300.

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