D800E, searching for moire...

Started May 3, 2012 | Discussions thread
stany buyle
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Re: D800E, searching for moire...
In reply to JohnWheeler, May 3, 2012

Interesting, I just posted a similar image taken with D800 as an update in the same topic, so you can compare.

http://www.nikonuser.info/fotoforum/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=1632&p=4538&sid=7b8db50f96294c9b03b12a2e3edc46a4#p4538

JohnWheeler wrote:

Hi Staney

Thanks for the information and link to you other post about the d800E and searching for Moiré. Hard to make an A vs B comparison without a d800 with the same shots. I hope you don't mind that I borrowed one of your images to post here to point out where there is some subtle Moiré. In the linked thread there already was a comment about some yellow mottling. That is actually sensor based Moiré artifacting. The same techniques used to minimize Moiré can also be used to show where it is hiding. Unfortunately there is not comparison with the d800 to see if it would have done any better. The following image is a GIF time lapse where the Moiré area was enhanced. You can see in the lower right corner a pattern emerges that matches the yellow mottling. Classic case of Moiré artifacting. Not many would notice it yet at least one observer form the linked thread did. I thought the enhancement below would be useful to share:

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