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| p.3 #3 · Canon announces new Full Frame sensor! |
Anti-aliasing can affect the appearance or human perception of jagginess, but the true jagginess is a function of the size of the pixels.
And, to a photographer/videographer taking images ultimately intended for human viewing, human perception is everything --- so a camera system that limits control over how crisp/soft those equally sized pixels look is disadvantageous. Of course, in the regime where this sensor is designed to be most interesting --- extremely low light imaging --- resolution is already seriously compromised by photon noise (and the image probably already contains <2Mpx of "real" information), so there is less advantage to over-sampling the data.