by Sebastian Wöber | 21st May 2012
Remember when we first heard about the Mosaic Engineering anti-aliasing / anti-moiré filter for 5D mark II in August of 2011? What a great invention that would solve our biggest problem with HDSLR. Now that the 5D mark III is out, healed from moiré problems, people have a good reason to upgrade, but then there’s the issue with the price: The 5D mark III is $3500, hefty for many HDSLR shooters. How good that the guys over at Mosaic Engineering have now officially started selling their filter for the 7D: The VAF-7D. This upgrade will set you back by $325, but put you into the aliasing and moiré free realm of the mark III. Versions for the Nikon D800, T2i/T3i and 60D are in production. LINK: Mosaic Engineering StoreRead more
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