The camera manufacturers are in a megapixel war right now. If you want to be competitive in the market you are going to need to support exporting more than 15000 pixels. Sony's new A7R4 has a 240 megapixel mode and they are the most popular camera manufacturers right now. if your're not actively pursuing that market then you are pursuing an ever shrinking customer base. If someone tries a vertical stitch with that and they discover that limit after all the editing they are going to be furious. I know I am. I honestly believe that if you don't do this you're not going to be able to after the professional market. Luminar will always be the Photoshop "Elements" targeted toward the home user. If that is the path you want to go down fine, but stop advertising in professional photographer magazines, instead advertise on Instagram and make filters that integrate into Instagram. That would be more successful as a business strategy to go after normal folks rather than producing a product meant for the professional market that doesn't support professional features. Everyday people think there phone is just as good as a full frame camera.
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