What's the point of pixelpeeping Fujifilm files?

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What's the point of pixelpeeping Fujifilm files?

A new Imac with retina 4K screen has the resolution of 9,45 megapixels. So when you zoom in 100% on a 6000x4000 pixel Fujifilm file you don't really see the truth anyway.

So give me one reason for pixelpeeping.

My modern Tablet from 2020 where I fix my photographs has the resolution of ca 4 megapixels.

I've seen pictures looking pretty decent on screen but excellent once printed.

I print up to A1 (23x33 inches) and I've fixed all my files in the "horrible" lightroom and snapseed.

I have never ever seen any so called worms in my prints neither has anyone ever complained about the quality of the prints. I sell 1/5 limited edition fine art and shoot for magazines etc. But 99% of the time I shoot for myself. All my work the past 3 years has been on the XT2. Hoping for a WR, XE4 next.

I just bough a used XE1 with some old analogue lenses and love it. Pixelpeeping those files look OK, but great printed in A3 12x16 inches.

Sincerely  Johan

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