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September 28, 2017

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John Upton

Okay but isn't photo quality important enough to pay what you have to to get near best quality? That's why I went for the pixel.

Rick Georges

No, because 99% of us can't tell the difference in quality, and because all cameras do a fine job of creating photos that will be uploaded to the Internet.

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