please excuse if the link has been posted already, but here is the link to all the images, including the original posted in this thread:http://www.bezergheanu.com/TestNikon/Test-Nikon-D800/22087378_KqWcB7#
hover your mouse over the larger image to see the list and select "original"
The images DO appear heavily sharpened, due to some artifacts you see on the monitor but not so much when you view from your desktop. . . I just got the 5DmkIII, and this D800 is also a very good camera. I hope you all get to enjoy your camera and not worry too much about these things as Canon is also comming out with a more MP system later in the year.
The 5D mkIII is amazing to ME because I have just swithced from the 30D
I am as happy as can be! Be happy for me and forget all this talk about too sharp v resolution v iso . . . heck if it's too sharp, then you can fix that . . . . if ISO is a problem, realize that it is not
, and if you need a greater resolution due to the rare need to print on museum canvas to cover a wall or for advertising on a side of a building or a bus, then by all means get a D800 or wait for Canon's response. . . . or you can realize that the need for such high res is only viable for professional MFesque work where the clients think they need such high MP camera to meet their needs. . . . they need smooth skin tones, with no hair anyway
P.S. some of you are being VERy mean to this poor girl that may have the heart of a dove. . . .