No AA Filter, Is It Noticeable?

Started Nov 8, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: No AA Filter, Is It Noticeable?
In reply to Landroutes, Nov 9, 2012

In general, the advantage of not using an AA sensor is only realized if entirely different  sharpening parameters are used compared to those commonly used with a Bayer/AA filter sensor. Careful selection of other post-processing parameters that affect microcontrast and acutance are also important.

For instance, the default rendering  parameters  In Lightroom are ill-suited for raw data from X-Trans sensors and  to my eyes do not yield the best results.

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