Have Nikon stolen Oly's limelight?

Started Feb 7, 2012 | Discussions thread
Rriley Forum Pro • Posts: 21,846
Re: A large D7000

boggis the cat wrote:

So, for US$3000 you can have a large D7000.

Or, for US$3300, a large D7000 crippled by the horrendous moire issues* of the E-5 (requiring a special version of Nikon's software to correct it).

umm, wasnt that D3100, with an AA filter ?

[* Note: moire may not be visible unless you have "troll vision". Trolls, habituated in caves and the occasional bridge, naturally require cameras with ISO {insert pointlessly large number here} for their environs, and can see spurious colours at will.]

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