by Tim Fok | 22nd August 2013
Back in 2011, Mosaic Engineering brought an interesting product to the table; a removable “anti-aliasing” filter that removes moiré from fine detail within your image. It was first made available for the Canon 5D mark ii, to which a handful more Canon DSLRs followed suit, and even one for the Nikon D800.Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 5th July 2012
B&H offers a very interesting deal on the Canon EOS 7D body that expires today. Regardless of the meaning of this huge sale here’s a chance to get a new 7D at a very affordable price. Why this deal is interesting even though the new & cheaper EOS T4i/650D (Review here: LINK) offers some better features and the identical feature: Because Canon announced a significant firmware update for the 7D that will bring manual audio during recording. Scheduled for August: LINK And because Mosaic Engineering released their anti aliasing filter that impressed us and shows that the 7D still has balls. Review here: LINK Canon 7D for $1345 (only today) at B&HRead more
by Sebastian Wöber | 29th June 2012
All of Canon’s HDSLR cameras (except the 5D mark III) share a very inconvenient problem: They pollute your picture with rainbow effects on fine patterns and stepping in hairlines and details also known as moiré and aliasing effects. Mosaic Engineering has first developed an optical anti-aliasing and moiré filter for the 5D mark II (LINK) and now they have created an even better filter for the Canon 7D. You can see the test results in the video above. What you may or may not see in the video above is:Read more
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