Megapixels, megapixels - they sell cameras, right? The more, the better. But I don't think so. The simplicity of the antennae on top of the Empire State Building or the complexity of gothic architecture on St. Patrick's cathedral?
It seems that less pixels on the large FX sensors absorb more light and display truer colors even if the total package has less resolution.
Is life like this too? Quality not quantity. I'm going to sign off now. Less words equal less boredom and makes it easier to avoid attention deficit.