nikon D7100 - how will Canon respond?

Started Feb 21, 2013 | Discussions thread
noirdesir Forum Pro • Posts: 13,381
Re: Hopefully with no AA filter on the 7D II...

bobn2 wrote:

Pastynator wrote:

Cameras with no AA filter will inherently have more detail in their images.

This is not true. Camaeras with no AA filter may give the ´╗┐appearance´╗┐ of more detail, but in fact what you see is artefacting, not detail. With a bit of luck, the artefacts might make a convincing representation of detail, but it still isn't detail.

Bob,

would you consider blur to be an artefact? If yes, one is trading one artefact for another. And since sharpening can partially compensate the effect of an AA filter and blurring can partially compensate the artefacts of discrete sampling (ie, with no AA filter), you are a bit more stuck on the blurry side with an AA filter and a bit more stuck on the artefact side without one.

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