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Images are shown at native sizes for both cameras, as well as at enlargements of 72 and 311 megapixels, along with crops shown from the 311MP size. Why show an enlargement of 311 megapixels? Because its width of 21600 pixels corresponds to 300 dpi with a 6-foot-wide print (1.83 meters wide). And because crops from that resolution are easy to view and see differences.
Quality and processing notes
JPEG saved near-lossless quality for the full camera resolution images for both cameras (7360 and 8256 sizes). Scaled sizes and respective crops at a quality that cannot be distinguished by eye.
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