For studio work, I would save the few hundred dollars and get the none-E. Here is a link from a site that the reviewer also said to pick the none-E for studio work as the E showed more signs of moire':http://www.falklumo.com/lumolabs/articles/D800AA/D800AAFilter.htmlI've shot a few families family photos and have seen moire' in many of my shots with my D800E. Most was just false color and is fixable. If I buy another D800 as a back up body, it will be the none E.Chris
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