It would seem like the 1DX would be the perfect camera for you - except for its cost, of course - right? A step down in MP allowing for more DoF due to being able to use a higher f-stop, not to mention the purported IQ raise.
well you should take a closer look on my profile.
i have no problem to afford gear. i own a camerastore i can use demo cameras.
You appear to be asserting that landscape photographers need f/16 in order to take photographs and that the airy disc problem at f/16 on 36MP sensors will make a 36MP sensor unattractive. You appear to be ignoring the fact that f/16 is already beyond the sweet spot in resolving power of most, if not all, lenses.
no i do not.
the probelm is you donÂ´t understand what im saying.
the diffraction limit of lenses makes it just MORE
nonsense to ask for a 36MP FF sensor.
to be precise, if the sweet spot of a lens would be way higher then the diffraction limit of a tiny sensor i donÂ´t care if i go beyond the lens sweet spot.
itÂ´s the limitation of the sensor resolution that is ultimately the important factor when we speak about camera sensors
lenses can make real world resolution worse but they canÂ´t make the theoretical sensor resolution better. there is no question about that.
I'm asserting that if a landscape photographer is chasing the maximum resolution from the lens/camera combination then they will shoot at the sweet spot of the lens first and arrange the shot second so that everything that they need is in focus and thus as long as the diffraction limit is greater than the airy disc, this will not pose a significant problem for photographers.
DoF itÂ´s not a problem?
well itÂ´s physics.
if you want/need a certain depth of field you have to choose a certain aperture.
if you want that stone in the foreground sharp and the barn a mile away you will have no luck with f4.
sure you could drag a small stone near to the barn.... but lets be honest thatÂ´s unlikely and not what your really had in mind.
your argumentation shows the difference between gearheads and photographers.
i mean i donÂ´t arrange my photos after lens sweetspots an MTF diagrams.
if i need f22 to make the image i have in mind and have everything sharp from foreground to background i use f22.
i look out for COMPOSITION not the most technical perfect image.