This page discusses the resolving power of the Nikon D3s.
By serendipity, this images reveals one of the most dramatic examples of the resolving power limits of a Bayer pattern sensor in a field image that I’ve yet encountered. A “true color” sensor as found in the Sigma DP-2 mostly avoids this issue. Perhaps within the next few years Nikon and/or Canon will release a camera with a true-color sensor.
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