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| p.2 #10 · p.2 #10 · I think I'm going to have the AA filter removed from my D5... |
Christian, there is no way the lack of a AA filter will produce different colors. The lack of the filter will produce a false color only in one area of the photograph (moire) but will not change the RGB pattern in the sensor.
The D800 has a LPOF or low pass optical filter which is not actually a AA filter but acts similarly. The D800e has an optical glass that seems to handle moire and improves sharpness. I do not use either camera and as I said I have always used bodies with a AA filter. The Olympus OM-D1 has no AA filter and ask anyone who owns it if they have ever seen any color shifts in their files.
Talking about colors, my preference is for pastel colors. I was very happy with the first generation colors of Nikon cameras. The D100, D1X, D2X and D200 were very good examples. Beginning with the D300 I noticed I had to do some tweaking to the colors to get what I wanted. Newer cameras behave the same in my opinion. I regret I never bought a D200 even when I used one and I was very happy with the colors it produced.