Some thoughts on the D800 vs. the D800E. Most of us better off with D800.

Started Feb 10, 2012 | Discussions thread
Oldboy 1948
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Re: Some thoughts on the D800 vs. the D800E. Most of us better off with D800.

dgc4rter wrote:

The thing is... I don't hear of that many Leica M9 users (have I heard of any?) complaining about moire and there are tons of wonderful photos online of all different types and subject matter produced by pros and amateurs alike. That camera does not have an AA filter so, can one explain why the D800E will require so much more control and technique. The upcoming Fuji X-Pro1 will not have an AA filter. Are there loads of posts on the Fuji forum concerned about moire because of this?

Personally, I think this whole moire issue is being blown way out of proportion.
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My opinion too. Some days ago I was on a golf-course. They used a black net to stop balls at some borders. One net resulted in no remarkable effect but at corners I saw moiré from two nets. Would not a camera without AA filter give me an image looking more "high fidelity" than one with?

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