Addicted to Fun and Learning
- May 31, 2019
- Liège, Belgium
For wildlife work, you don't have the luxury of proper framing so cropping is almost always a must. As such, more resolution (if it is real), is always welcome. I would take 500 megapixels if I could. It would allow me to use smaller lenses then.
I use a 5DSR, and the 50Mp size gives me the choice to crop afterwards or not.
I get a capable APS-C crop if needed, and a sky-high resolution if I use the full frame, and I can also benefit from very good low-light performance if I choose to down-sample the full frame image. All that is available with each single shot. Choice later.
The main drawback is the slower frame rate.
(The AF speed is pretty good)