QuoteAnd they're filled with jaggies, false detail, and false resolution.
I see it better shadow detail, sharper images, better colour rendition.QuoteA 50MP with an AA filter will wipe the floor with a 36MP with no AA filter, and that's the right way to do it - more pixels with proper sampling rather than fewer pixels with lousy sampling.
il then the sensor with jaggies and false detail wins.
So the ONLY reason, the ONLY single factor to your "better shadow detail, sharper images, better colour rendition", is because of the AA filter or lack of one?
By the way, "colour rendition" in digital photography doesn't mean anything at all in RAW.
Nothing personal at all, I just don't understand your statement. That's all.
No offence taken.
Can we agree the AA filter on current Canon sensors blurs the image on pixel level? Well that blur is perceptible when zoomed in at 100% when comparing the same shot, same lens different cameras (in my experiment a 6D vs A7R). This is not debatable. Shadow detail and DR (I called it colour rendition mistakenly) of the Sony sensor are clearly not the results of AA filter removal. Hope that clears it up.
My point was that I need resolution and sharpness on par with what the Sony A7r offers. If canon can deliver this in 2015, AA or no AA, then that's what I'll be getting.