If there's an RX-1n w/o AA filter, will there be an A99n?

Started Jun 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
John Waine Forum Member • Posts: 74
Re: If there's an RX-1n w/o AA filter, will there be an A99n?

It only makes sense. usually the people who say it doesn't make a difference are the ones who just don't want to buy it. I mean it is either one way or the other, either the filter blurs the picture enough to kill moire, or it doesn't. You can't have it both ways at the same time. Either it blurs the picture or it doesn't blur the picture. If it is bluring the picture enough to wipe out false color and moire, then taking the filter off is going to get rid of that blur. Visually speaking it is the same as adding half a dozen MP. Greater potential resolving power, but limited by noise/focus/motion blur ect.

Something of interest to note, nikon offers a D800E but not a D4E. My guess is since the D4 is often going to be used for bursty action, fast SS, higher iso ect, AA removal would be wasted on it. So the question is, is the A99 considered more of a sports camera or landscape camera?

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