NOT interested in the EOS 60D anymore

Started Feb 13, 2011 | Discussions thread
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Re: NOT interested in the EOS 60D anymore
In reply to dave_bass5, May 1, 2011

You'll see more moire at wider focal lengths, perhaps with sharper lenses. It mostly depends on WHAT you are shooting - subjects with lots of angled lines like rooftops bring the moire out. Most serious filmmakers find a workaround, not a huge issue.

dave_bass5 wrote:

Dragging this up again as i now seem to be suffering from it more than i had been when i last posted (in fact i hand had any as far as i could see)

Until a few days ago i didnt really notice any Moire, although i know its a issues for some.
Since i got a 15-85 Is im now seeing a lot of it.

Im wondering could the lens be the problem? I must admit im very disappointed that i can now see it so much and will probably seen, what is otherwise a great lens, back.

Any other thoughts?
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