OK, here's a basic question about megapixels. The D100 is a 6.1\n(effective) MP camera, giving 3006x2000 pixels at large size. This\nmeans that I can just about do a 8x10 print without interpolation (at\nsomewhere close to 300 ppi) (roughly).\n\nThe D2X is a 12.4 MP camera, with just about the same sensor size. At\nits full 4288x2848 resolution, I can obviously make bigger prints\nwithout interpolation.\n\nBut if I do an 8x10 from a D100 image, and an 8x10 from a D2X image,\nwill I see any differences? Will the D2X image be better than the D100\nimage, the same, or worse? What effect do the smaller photo sites on\nthe D2X have on equal size small prints? (Leaving out any\nconsiderations, if possible, about the fact that the D100 has a CCD\nsensor, and the D2X a CMOS sensor.)\n\nPerhaps a digital photo 101 question, so if there's a technically\naccurate explanation of this published somewhere, all I need is a\npointer to it. Thanks.