Nikon D4s: Bayer processing breakthru?

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DMillier
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Re: Maybe, but I don't think so.....
In reply to Lin Evans, 5 months ago

Interpretation of resolution charts often seems to depend on opinions about aliasing.

If you take an ultra conservative view, you would say that the resolution limit occurs at the point there is the faintest trace of an alias.  If you are more moderate, you might overlook small amounts of aliasing on the grounds that the integrity of the result immediately recovers.  If you are extremely liberal/optimistic you might simply close your eyes to a blatantly obvious collapse into aliasing and say "look, ignore that and that and that because there is a tiny spot in between those aliases where it looks like the nine lines have become nine again" so resolution really is much higher!

A lot of review sites seem to more towards the conservative end of the spectrum.

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