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Confirmed: No practical advantage to removing D7100 AA filter

Started Apr 25, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Here's the key statement of the whole deal....
In reply to Jared Huntr, Apr 26, 2013

"We shot this and several other scenes with the D5200 using the same lens and settings. Our conclusion after viewing dozens of comparisons was that outside the controlled environment of our studio, even extremely minor shifts in focus or (potentially) sensor alignment could trump the absence of an OLPF in accounting for any visible differences between the D7100 and D5200."

It is minuscule, as possibly would be expected between 2 sensors with such high pixel density.

Time to drop the nonsense and enjoy the other excellent features of this camera that earned it a gold award.

Gold award, people, it's an excellent camera regardless of the Nikon marketing departments coup with the AA filter removal.

I forgive them can you

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