also, if canon is really taking 35mm to the ~30MP range, I hope the AA filter is being weakened or removed. as medium format shooters have noticed, moire really drops off as your resolution increases; I can't see it being a huge issue if we are shooting 32 MP images
Ditto. At the resolutions we're getting to, for stills moire should almost
be a non-issue. It's video where you'll see the problems, unless they are doing binning instead of line skipping, which should
help. All the more reason though, to split the line into great video with acceptable stills, and great stills with acceptable video. It will probably take a couple generations before we can have both in the same camera (but I hope they prove me wrong).
and if moire is a problem on some images canÂ´t it be removed via software afterwards?
Unfortunately, not really. You can often do it manually and get acceptable results, but only because a human knows what it should look like, and can tweak until it looks usable. Many of the obstacles to removing moire in software are the same as de-interlacing video. You can do it, but you have to both invent, and throw out data. Never a good thing when quality is concerned, and it will never be as good as getting clean source data.