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| p.28 #7 · Still no love for the Ricoh GXR? |
That is exactly my point of view. And I personally do prefer no AA for all the mentioned reasons, especially the corner problem , not only with RF lenses, but also in DSLR. I have mentioned in another thread how the ZA 24-70 that is known for its blurry corners at 24 mm suddenly produced sharp corners on film. The AA filter of the A900 is curiously too strong for such pixel count, and even in the center I find the blur to be unnecessarily exaggerated, and comparisons with the D3X do prove it. In my opinion, if I have...Show more →
Agreed, it's the corners that bother me. I guess, as Joakim mentioned, the ideal solution would be some kind of graduated AA filter, because I personally don't love the look of the false detail from aliasing, but pixel sizes are shrinking every year, so we're likely going to not need it soon, anyways.
I also believe that the A900 AA filter was stronger than it needed to be. The AA filters on my NEX cameras seem much less strong, as far as I can tell. I'd be pretty happy with my 5N AA filter, if the edges looked like the center.