Great talk here and many thanks!! Chris so you say, with conviction that your back up camera will be a D800. So If you were doing it all over again would you go with the D800? Roughly, what percentage of studio shots are you realizing false color? Another thing that baffles me is there is so much discusion with the D800e and false color and moire' yet MF which has been a leader in fashion and glamour do not have an AA filter and yet has been the " Standard" in this type of shooting. Am I missing something here???
>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.html > >I'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