David Kilpatrick wrote:Like sensor for like sensor - all 24 megapixel. The D800 sensor performance is entirely different, and while it's better than the A900 pixel for pixel, it's not as 'good' as the D600. The A99's price is not relevant, it's quite seriously overpriced which is one reason I'm slightly unwilling to buy one. Also, I find the EVF overlays for the advanced focusing functions are quite intrusive.
David Kilpatrick wrote:The only single downside is that there's no such as a walkaround zoom lens for it.
No doubt it is so.David Kilpatrick wrote:The A99 is better than the A900, and worse than the D600.
Well, I also think the result is quite good.David Kilpatrick wrote:I don't really care what Nikon does with the raw file, it is the end result which counts.
David Kilpatrick wrote:.... I'm fed up with become slightly agitated, even angry or frustrated, by the conflicts between the cameras I own; trying to pack up for a trip or even just decide what to take for a few hours looking for subjects. Reasons like - full frame vs APS-C, 24 megapixels or 16, one convenient zoom versus a bag of lenses, portability of NEX versus DSLR, and so on.
David Kilpatrick wrote:In fact I had an example to look at, I tried to send it to the buyer but PM would not allow it and I have not been able to change the admin settings for pms to allow jpegs to be attached. Here it is:
And here is a 100% section - I also sold the quite lovely 28-135mm which produced this. I probably won't find another like it and I only owned it for a month!
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