When It's All Said and Done

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by measekite, Dec 27, 2008.

  1. measekite

    measekite Guest

    When you compare 16x20 prints printed on an Epson 3800 that were taken
    with both Canon and Nikon cameras using similar lens in each zoom range
    and the camera bodies were of similar mega-pixels and sensor size how much
    difference in image quality (sharpness, color, noise etc) would one see in
    the final print.

    I do not mean to include extremes of super high ISO or very low light or
    super fast sports photography etc. This type of thing may be decision
    maker criteria when actually choosing.

    And I am not talking about cropping 80% away either. But cropping about
    20% his ok.
    measekite, Dec 27, 2008
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  2. measekite

    me Guest

    What you are talking about is so subjective there is no even reasonably
    definitive answer.

    You don't even specify cameras of what resolution. So you left out a major

    Go back to trolling comp.periphs.printers Mr. Inkystink.
    me, Dec 27, 2008
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  3. measekite

    measekite Guest

    It seems now and as time marches on more so that there does not appear to
    be much difference between Nikon's line of lenses and Canon line of
    lenses. It seems that each line has some standouts and some you do not
    want to consider. And it appears that there is not a great deal of
    difference in price.
    measekite, Dec 27, 2008
  4. measekite

    measekite Guest

    No I did not. I was asking about the entire line of cameras and I
    specified matching senor size and mega-pixels and even lenses.
    measekite, Dec 27, 2008
  5. measekite

    Dave Cohen Guest

    When all is said and done are you really interested in answers to any of
    your prolific musings.
    Dave Cohen
    Dave Cohen, Dec 28, 2008
  6. measekite

    measekite Guest

    From some and not from others.
    measekite, Dec 28, 2008
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