#7. "RE: To E or not to E, that is the question." In response to In response to 4
Livermore, CA, US
>To a large degree it depends what you shoot. For general, >all-around subjects the E is probably fine — you get a bit >more acuity and occasionally have to de-moire (and CNX and >Lightroom can do that). > >If you shoot a lot of fabric, fashion, or home interiors >(fabric furniture), then with the E version you might go nuts >— most of your images would need de-moire.
^This^ Not an easy question at first glance, but in the end Landscape shooters should prefer the E, fashion or architectural shooters the non-E.
I had some worries regarding moiré in bird feathers & animal fur, but given this isn't a speed camera, wildlife probably isn't the top priority for this camera for me.