Removing the AA Filter on D600

Started Oct 18, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: Removing the AA Filter on D600
In reply to Zardoz, Oct 19, 2012

Zardoz wrote:

Hey bro,

There isn't "significant filtering", and your comment reveals that you have no idea what you're talking about.

Your reply has really jacked me off. I know exactly how the filter works. ITS YOU that has no idea if there are any further reductions of the Bayer filter effect if the two Bayer elements are removed together.

Just cause Nikon says there is NO bayer effect doesnt mean there is NO effect at all. You beleive everything companies tell you?

AFAIK there is NO ONE who has actually removed the D800 Bayer filter completely to see if there is any difference.

ALL you are doing is taking what Nikon says as gospel.

Take more care before you shoot your mouth off. Jackass

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