Confirmed: No practical advantage to removing D7100 AA filter

Started Apr 25, 2013 | Discussions thread
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In reply to stuntmonkey, Apr 26, 2013

stuntmonkey wrote:

Patco wrote:

howielenny wrote:

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

That has more to do with the 50% increase in MP than the AA filter, I would think.

In any case, it appears to be a very fine camera.

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A photograph is more than a bunch of pixels

My feeling is that it's a combination of the two. If it were just 24mp, or if it were just no AA, it might not be that compelling of an upgrade, but both put together give a tangible, if sometimes subjective, improvement over the D7000. And a fine camera it is.

Remember what Nikon and testing seems to show regards the D7100....the is no difference between a AA and no AA with this body. Hence the dif is something else or a combination of somethings.

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