What if the non "E" has a very weak AA filter?

Started Feb 14, 2012 | Discussions thread
closeupfanatic Senior Member • Posts: 1,184
Re: What if the non "E" has a very weak AA filter?

Goodfellaslxa wrote:

I wonder if the AA filter in the regular D800 is so optimally minimal that the AA filter only adds a minute amount of blurring while preserving a very high level of sharpness.

If it's like the D700 AA, it will be minimal. I wish someone with access to one could do a raw shot like I did with the D700 ( http://johnsankey.ca/diffraction.html ) to settle the matter.

On the other hand, Nikon has got everyone talking about the D800 with this gambit - maybe that's why they don't want anyone getting their hands on a memory card with a raw image on it...

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