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Per Pixel: How the Nikon D800E Compares to the Canon 5D Mark III (update)

Following up on yesterday’s commentary on D800E sharpness, the results were interesting enough that I wanted to rule out any possible error, so I reshot the whole thing today checking everything including using RawDigger to rule out any loss of highlight detail. All of which was a high precision and thus time-consuming effort, not exactly my favorite thing, but nothing is so persuasive as seeing exactly the same behavior.

I expect to publish my results by the end of day tomorrow.

Readers (two hysterical ones so far, making ridiculous and unwarranted assumptions) should take a deep breath. My reporting will be the same steady and thoughtful analysis as always.

Test scene at f/5.6
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