>Update: > >While playing a bit more with these images on my 24 inch Eizo >monitor in Photoshop CS5, I was able to see a faint moire >pattern in the top image at some magnifications, but not >others. Moire was visible at magnifications less than 50%, >but not above. I was viewing the image at 206 MB, prior to >down sizing and compressing for Nikonian posting. > >I suspect the moire I saw was a monitor artifact due to the >repeating patterns on the chips, and not in the D800E image. > >I have not seen the moire pattern in the bottom image at about >56 MB, prior to down sizing and compressing for Nikonian >posting, on the Eizo monitor at any of the several sizes I >sampled. > >On the Eizo monitor at posted sizes, I cannot see moire in >either image. > >Any thoughts or suggestions? > >.......
Here is an example of true moire'
Here is the complete frame showing current LCD's using interpolation to try and produce fine detail:
And 100% crop:
As you can see, you can see it in both samples. If you find any, it would present the rainbow patterns as the give away as I've seen it in many pictures I've taken with my D800E.
100% crop of back window:
Hope this helps show what to look for and how current LCD's are unable to show the fine detail when not zoomed in on images.