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Jan Kwarnmark

Try this: Six Mpx is what you need. You make a perfekt 8x12 print. At normal viewing distance the details are at the limit of what the eyes can see. If you want a bigger print, do it. But you should watch it at a bigger distance. So the six Mpx are still enough. This is about normal viewing. Pixel peeping is quite another business. As is hard cropping. Six Mpx is much better than Tri-X and many of us were happy with it.
What we really need is the same thing as before: High ISO. (Remember pushing film?)

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