When size matters (D800 pixel count)

Started May 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
ne beginner Senior Member • Posts: 2,149
Re: When technique matters...

Yes the ability to crop on the D800 can be very useful. Add that to how much you can get from a D800 raw file.

The key however is how well you managed the shot, IMHO. The D800 will reward good technique, and punish bad. Well, if not punish, just withhold its full potential. Particularly on focus blur.

I have been using a D600 for a few weeks now, looking to down size. While the D600 raw files are excellent, and they are a little more forgiving on shake, there is more pp range from D800 Raw. One thing I have found is D600 raw files is I can get more from them using Nikon software first, the adobe. With my D800, acr works great.

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