Wawa Posted September 9, 2016 Share Posted September 9, 2016 A lot of new people have asked about certain cameras having a minimum required amount of megapixels to be acceptable for stock (including me). And most people here in the forum with experience will basically say "if the image is good enough it will sell." Makes perfect sense. But going in the opposite direction of minimum megapixels, if the image is good enough does it matter how many megs it has beyond a certain acceptable amount? In other words, why bother getting a higher res camera than yesterday's model if good photos will sell because they're good and not because they're hi-res shots. What's the advantage of more MP's as far as stock is concerned? Obviously there is a minimum MP required for a camera to get a quality image but once you're in the ballpark of a reasonable amount, let's say a 10 to 15 MP full frame sensor camera, for stock purposes is there an advantage to keep going after the latest hi-res camera that keeps coming out? Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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