Upload & Sell: On
Matt, thans for that reality check (just covering all the possible bases!).
Your lovely images from Jamaica show what Mitch has been talking about: moiré is not a problem with the images he is typically shooting (people curves and somewhat OOF backgrounds, or content that is sufficiently arresting that one does not look further ; the images of your house, on the other hand, have the straight and fine lines that are definitely interacting with the sensor. Now, my work lies somewhere in between (curves and straight lines where the focus of interest is both), and I know most of the situations that provoke moiré. I should note that, typically, I am shooting at ƒ11, with UWAs, too, so again not the same.
And your last image shows a different kind of artifact—can the CA sliders correct any of this, I wonder?
And (this to Tariq): I wonder if the larger pixel in the Leaf back mean that the frequencies that are required to trigger artifacts would turn up somewhere else in an image (not such fine details)? I know that some kinds of fabrics are hell to shoot on MF digital—and the GXR seems not to have any problems with fabrics for me (so far). It's all interesting, for sure