I wonder if the pursuit of resolution will ever end? How many digital pixels will be considered enough?
In the days of film 8"x10" was medium of ultimate resolution and image quality. And it has withstood the test of time. A photographer could go from medium format to 4x5, 5x7 but 8x10 was basically it. Ultra-large film formats eg. 48"x48" or even 16"x20" did not become main stream and 8x10 remained the choice of photographers seeking that quality.
With digital, when will we reach that point? A point that will withstand the test of time just as 8x10 film did. Or are we already there?
Will a 80 or 100 or 120 mega-pixel camera/back become the defacto choice such that anything beyond that point will simply be a specialty format similar to 48"x48" flim?
Thanks for sharing your thoughts.