Confirmed: No practical advantage to removing D7100 AA filter

Started Apr 25, 2013 | Discussions thread
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howielenny
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In reply to Jared Huntr, Apr 26, 2013

I've come from the d7000 to the d7100. Personally from my own perspective my images are slightly sharper straight out of camera with the d7100 compared to my old d7000. If that's down to the AA filter or not I don't really care to be honest  All I know is I'm getting a little better quality images with my D7100 and lens setup than I was with my D7000. I'm also finding that I'm getting slightly better exposure with my d7100.
Does that mean the d7000 is a bad camera of course it doesn't. Does it mean I'm enjoying my d7100 more than my d7000, of course it does
Instead of worrying about what if's and but's maybe people should just decide if they want the D7100 or not.
Simples

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