".::SuperBLUE::." <hr> wrote in message
| How does pixel density influence the resolution at super telephoto?
| For example: Is it better to buy a:
| 1. Nikon 8800 with a teleconverter
| 2.Olympus e300 2x crop factor
| 3.Canon 350d 1.5 or 1.6 crop factor
| 4.Panasonic FZ20 with a 2.8/420mm x teleconverter?
| 5.7mpix consumer camera disassembled and lens replaced with a 35mm slr lens
| Lens options:
| 1.Opteka/Exakta/Samiyang/Vivitar/whatever 650-1300mm f/8-f16 lens (1300mm
| f/8 EFL Olympus) (teleconverter???) 250 Eur
| 2.100-400 f/5.6 with 1.4x teleconverter 500 Eur
| 3.80-200 f/2.8 Tamron or Tokina with a 3x Kenko teleconverter 600 Eur + 250
| 4.600 mm f/8 mirror
| 5.50-500mm f/6.3 Sigma with 2x and 1.4x teleconverters
| 6. A diy project of makeing the lens myself from components (found a front
| lens 17cm diameter)
| 7. A telescope with an adapter 6 inch 1200 f/8 refractor 500 Eur + adapter
| My goal is to get an image similar to the one from 20x50 binoculars or
| 50mm lens is normal 1x, then 1000mm is 20x normal???
| Thanks in advance.
It seems to me that "pixel density" is a digital construct so the lenses don't play in this,
the MP resolution of the dSLR will and how the digital representation is rendered on the