Let me start off by say that I am in no way an expert.
I almost fell off my chair when I re(a)d about that monstro 28k sensor. But after I put a bag of ice on my head, I started to see thing a bit more clearly.
I occasionally read photo magazines. In one there was a test of a high end canon SLR (1Ds mark III) which have a 21 megapixel sensor. In the review the editor pointed out that to gain full adavantage of the pixelcount, one must have a lens with very good(!) optics.
So, when I read about the monstro 28k, I started to ask myself; Is there lenses, on this side of NASAs telescopes, that can match that sensor???
Even the 9K sensor seem like overkill in terms of pixels if it is the optics that is the bottleneck!?
Please enlight me!