“Aliasing” and “Moire”

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  1. Amir Ghahrai says:

    Thank you for the article. I have been trying to get rid of this problem for a ling time. Now I know what is causing it. But I would like to know if the new Panasonic Af100 would have the same aliasing and moir problems solved. It has a large cmos 33.3 mm and it is good with shallow d.o.f.
    Cheers Amir Ghahrai

  2. Take a look at this demo video for the AF100

    There’s a little rolling shutter issue on super high speed left/right pans but no one shoots that way in real life. I didn’t see any serious problems with the AF100 aliasing or moire in the sample video clip there. Looks pretty good to me!


  1. September 27, 2011

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