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to alias and/or not to alias, the question for the D800E?


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steveZ

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steveZ Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Apr 2007
Tue 07-Feb-12 05:33 AM | edited Tue 07-Feb-12 05:34 AM by steveZ

I cant tell from the brochures if the D800E has a feature of in-camera disabling the anti-alias filter, or just a filter in this camera that does not anti-alias, meaning ultimately there is no choice to alias or to not with this model. see:

"The D800E incorporates an optical filter with all the anti-aliasing properties removed in order to facilitate the sharpest images possible."

"In-camera disabling of the aliasing and moiré pattern reduction operation performed by the optical low-pass filter built into the D800E allows light passing through a NIKKOR lens to strike photodiodes directly for even greater resolution."

I'm thinking NO CHOICE.

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