Confirmed: No practical advantage to removing D7100 AA filter

Started Apr 25, 2013 | Discussions thread
Jared Huntr
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Re: The only thing around here less credible
In reply to Whalligeo, Apr 26, 2013

Whalligeo wrote:

Jared Huntr wrote:

Whalligeo wrote:

Shunda77 wrote:

Whalligeo wrote:

I didn't bother to read the DPR review,

Then you aren't even qualified to comment.

This is getting utterly ridiculous.

The pixel peepers don't even have to read the review to have an opinion on the review! truly amazing talent!!

I am more qualified than you think.

You have taken what I have said out of context. To get the true meaning read ALL of my comment. If you don't like it, use the forum block facility, thats what its there for.

Good. Someone that knows what they are talking about.

Can you please describe a practical use-case where the difference in IQ caused by the removal of the AA filter on the D7100 makes a difference? Please describe the post processing steps taken that would preserve such a miniscule difference.

Note: we are discussing the D7100 only, not other models like the D800.

(this is a serious question. I'm open to your viewpoint if you can prove it)

I would be absolutely delighted. However as you are too lazy to figure it out yourself, you will have to agree my fee in advice. Also, the evidence is actually on the DPR web site, Reilly has even pointed it to you guys.

Typical cop-out.

That's ok, I understand.

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