No AA Filter, Is It Noticeable?

Started Nov 8, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: No AA Filter, Is It Noticeable?

In general, the advantage of not using an AA sensor is only realized if entirely different  sharpening parameters are used compared to those commonly used with a Bayer/AA filter sensor. Careful selection of other post-processing parameters that affect microcontrast and acutance are also important.

For instance, the default rendering  parameters  In Lightroom are ill-suited for raw data from X-Trans sensors and  to my eyes do not yield the best results.

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