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I think I'm going to have the AA filter removed from my D5...

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I'm fairly certain that 21MP on FF is enough resolution to minimize the risk of moire, and for what I use it for (wildlife/action) that's of minimal concern anyway. The cost isn't bad ($425), and the camera is/will be out of manufacturer's warranty. They replace the AA filter stack with an IR only filter and recalibrate focus. Plus they provide a 1yr warranty on the parts/work. I can't really see any major negative drawback... Am I missing anything?

After years of using the D810, the reduction in resolution in the D5 due to the AA filter is rather annoying...

 
Date: Apr 19, 2017   


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