Moiré on Nikon D500/D810 - Fuji cameras less affected?

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mike in london
mike in london Senior Member • Posts: 1,526
Moiré on Nikon D500/D810 - Fuji cameras less affected?

I have been complaining on Nikon forums about the moiré issues I get when photographing fabric with fine detail (which I do a lot - school class groups) with my D500 and D810 and someone suggested that my spare camera, my Fuji XE2 might do a better job of that task as the Fuji sensors are less prone to moiré. Is this a real world experience you full time Fuji users can agree with?

I only print to 10x7 with these shots so the XE2 would have plenty of resolution to do a test but I would need a camera with two card slots for work ultimately I guess

Or would I be better buying a Nikon D750 which has aa AA filter anyway?

Mike

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