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Old Dec 14, 2010, 7:46 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by dafiryde View Post
not sure how this will fit into this topic , but one thing i have noticed is that when viewing a pic on the D300s LCD and zooming in on the pic i must say yes there is a difference in the image quality. so now i have a question that i would really like to have answered.
how is it that you dont see that crisp IQ on the computer monitor that you would see on the camera lcd ?
Well, I have the exact same response when I am post-processing an image. But, when viewing a photo otherwise, it is the overall gestalt that is the basis of my response to it. I think that the detail that catches my eye when I pixel-peep during post processing contributes to that overall impact, but in a more subliminal way. Maybe not, but that's how it seems to me.
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