>Who knows Howard, but my bet is if it works for Nikon and >Sony it won't be long before others adopt the practice.
I agree and I would not bet against it. They all follow each other around like packs of starving wolves.
>It's >the first time ever that I've actually used a camera where the >IQ sharpness straight out of the camera exceeds is immediately >noticeable.
That's how I felt when I first started using my D700 years ago. But the D800 with it's very gentle OLPF and the D7100 with none at all have upped the ante so much, and in some respects beyond what I ever thought would be visible to us. For sure as well, the next monitor I purchase is going to be the highest resolution, greatest bit-depth panel I can find, because having all that image data and being able to acually display and see all of it are two different things.