Downsides to no AA filter

Started Sep 14, 2012 | Discussions thread
Maxeyesore Regular Member • Posts: 415
Re: Downsides to no AA filter

Roland Karlsson wrote:

You may compare it so if you wish.

I use my camera to take images with, and those images may fill the entire effective sensor, both for APS-C and FF.

To take the same image, then I will need a longer focal length on the FF.

And this is simply my point. If you could have a longer FL to use on a FF, you could also use it on the crop sensor. If you step forward using the FF, you could also do it with the crop. The only time it matters is when you have the freedom to move where you want and can fill the entire frame with your subject. I do a lot of birding, moon shots, things where reach is important and you can never get enough. For these situations, my subjects will always be comprised of the same resolution, D800 or II-s. The D800 simply offers more of the surrounding area in the frame.

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