Confirmed: No practical advantage to removing D7100 AA filter

Started Apr 25, 2013 | Discussions thread
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The practical difference
In reply to Mako2011, Apr 27, 2013

Mako2011 wrote:

Reilly Diefenbach wrote:

For anyone to show me a pic from a D5200 or a D7000 taken under the same conditions that's as sharp.  Speculation is too cheap to meter.

Never said that the D5200 would be as sharp...they are saying, that there is no practical difference in terms of practical photography. We too are waiting for you to show us an example where there in indeed a "practical" difference. We have time...good luck

The practical difference is simple. Geartographers have an intense need to believe their images suck.

If they believe their images suck, they can begin the exciting and enjoyable journey into photography, learning why their images suck and how to improve them with light, perspective, contrasts and purpose.

Crappy gear holds back the geartographer by allowing doubt to fester; what if it's not me, what if it's my gear that sucks?

Only by acquiring the absolute best equipment within reach can this doubt be finally quashed and the healing begin.

That D7100 IR image is indeed a thing of extreme beauty. It's perfection has the power to heal and allow the journey to begin. Which is why I feel extra bad, cruel even, for pointing out that the most prominent orange crayon in the far right of the Crayola Crayon box shows clear aliasing artefacts.

No healing today I'm afraid.


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