Lack of focus bracketing in Sony is getting noticed..

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Funny Valentine
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Re: Lack of focus bracketing in Sony is getting noticed..

AlephNull wrote:

Mike Fewster wrote:

Funny Valentine wrote:

In full frame world Panasonic has the best pixel shift high res implementation.

And their moiré correction software is on point, they're the only FF manufacturer putting out cameras without AA filters (S5 and S1), meanwhile everyone else (Canon, Nikon and Sony) have to rely on heavy duty AA filters.

Panasonic is clearly not perfect, but as photo cameras they're underrated.

I may be wrong but I don't think you are correct re the AA filters in Sony. Generally those models with an R in the name don't have an AA filter. I'm pretty sure that my A7R3 doesn't have an AA filter.

You are correct. There is no AA filter in the A7R III, A7R IV, or A1 from Sony. There is no AA filter in the Nikon D810 or D850 or Z7, either. I just googled, and yes, there is an AA filter in the Canon R5. So Funny Valentine was right about one brand out of three...

The Z6, Z6II, R, R5, R6, 1DXIII have AA filters.

The a7III is unknown as some claim it does and some say it doesn't have one.

The a7sIII probably has one, but at only 12 MP it doesn't really matter.

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