Canon 6D and video moire
Hi, I've now sold my Canon 7D and all my APS-C lenses
I'm now in the market looking for a Canon 6D deal along with the 24-105 F/4 lens.
Having repeatedly read lots of Canon 6D reviews I am a little worried about moire on video. I loved the video function on the Canon 7D and have captured many valuable memories. I also plan to use the 6D for video as well.
How bad is the phenomena in real life video? I'm not talking about video taken deliberately to highlight the issue.
Does lens selection help to reduce the phenomena?
Is it likely in the future Canon will reduce the phenomena with some kind of firmware update? Can firmware make a difference.
What else can be done to reduce moire?
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