Which cameras have an optical low-pass filter (for anti-aliasing)?

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Re: Which cameras have an optical low-pass filter (for anti-aliasing)?
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spider-mario wrote:

Skeeterbytes wrote:

Never see moire from m4/3 lenses on my AA-less bodies (E-M1, E-M1ii) but it will show up with the sharpest of my 4/3 lenses. Moire with m4/3 lenses is controlled in the processor (beginning with TruePic VII).

I have gotten very clear moiré with the Olympus 45mm f/1.2. Look at this beauty:

In the 15 years I've been a working photographer, I've NEVER seen moiré THAT BAD. Holy cow....

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