« on: January 20, 2013, 06:13:46 PM »
This patent won't frighten the competition as both Nikon and even Pentax are well ahead and already have camera sensors with no anti - aliasing filters and they apparently work.
While Canon makes the finest top of the range lenses I can't help thinking they are falling behind with their sensor technology.
Don't expect much from the 7D II somehow - except delays - perhaps even the same old sensor. Well you can't have everything!
Rubbish ... The 5DIII produces no moire or aliasing in video, whereas the D800 is about the same as the 5DII. Nikon is behind on this.
I was actually referring to the Nikon D800e for which there is no Canon equivalent!
D800E which has more moire and aliasing than D800? Excellent for stills... Bad for movies.