Compare photo of 16x20 using d3,s and d800?

Started Jul 2, 2014 | Discussions thread
soloryb Senior Member • Posts: 2,255
Re: Compare photo of 16x20 using d3,s and d800?

If you're going to do larger prints then getting a D810 is a good bet. It provides the freedom to choose to crop/enlarge without losing much detail - more than lower MP cameras can.

The only caveat I'd include is a warning about being the 'first kid on the block to own one.' Just look what happened with the D800/E and the D600 to many initial users. I know Nikon doesn't always have such buggy new issues, but they do occur as history tells. After 6-months most if not all potential problems will probably have been addressed regarding the D810.

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