Nikon D800E nabs top ranking from D800
Thursday June 21 2012
The new Nikon D800E ditches the low-pass optical filter found in the D800. The result is a camera that produces images with sharper image quality and a stronger preservation of details. But does this absence of an anti-aliasing filter impact the camera’s sensor in other areas?
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