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We're not, we are asking for a demonstration of the actual achievable resolution differences when handheld and when using AF.
As JR said, there's so many variables it can become entirely subjective.
FWIW, I've had handheld AF shots from my 800e with 70-200mm f/4 VR at 200mm that are as crisp at 15th second (yes, low light) as I was getting my my 5d2 and 70-200 f/2.8 L IS 2 in bright sunlight (likely 1/400s @ f8)
Used with good glass and technique, even handheld, the ability to get very high resolution images from the d800 series is not all that difficult. The 810's mirror action is even smoother, which should help a bit more.
Having seen your work, I doubt it.
D800 -> D810
The 5dm3 is looking really old.
Not as old as that whine.
So like many, I have de-coupled the half shutter press from AF, and instead use the AF-ON button to Auto Focus.5d3 and 1 DX can program the dof button to do this
Boom - no more hesitation when the trigger is pulled waiting for the lens to re-focus.
What's missing though is a second AF-ON button / Dedicated SERVO mode.
How many of you toggle between "Single Shot" and "Servo" ?
Is it just me, or it would it be sooooooo nice to have them both at your fingertip?
Switching between C1/2/3 isn't a good alternative, esp with a locked dial.
I guess I'm the only one hoping for an EF-M pancake. I certainly don't expect it, I just like the idea of having another pocketable lens for my little friend.