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This comparison evaluates the use of full resolution raw format quality when downsampled to the same size as small raw (sRAW): 4320 X 2880.
Computer display context in 2015: the sRAW size of 4320 X 2880 more than fills a 4K display (3840 X 2160 or 4096 X 2160). It fills a 5K display (5120 X 2880 = 14.7 megapixels) vertically, but leaves 1000 pixels blank horizontally.
With 8K displays on the horizon, sRAW is a dubious choice even for personal images (pure viewing pleasure of photo realism), given that even mainstream displays are likely to be 4K in a year, and 5K and larger in a few years.
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