D7100 moire, is this corrected at all in camera?

Started Dec 28, 2013 | Discussions thread
Leonard Shepherd
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Re: D7100 moire, is this corrected at all in camera?
In reply to jdl1986, Dec 28, 2013

Moire is more likely with cameras with a low number of MP. Camera makers used a low pass filter to reduce the chance of moire with the trade off of a bit less sensor resolution.

With higher MP cameras the risk of moire is much reduced, and post process moire removal tools are now more common.

The D7100 does not have a low pass filter to help prevent moire but even so because it has twice as many MP as 12 MP you are much less likely to get an image with a moire problem.

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