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NX200 - AA Filter characteristic
#1
Marginal filtering on the horizontal axis but aggressive filtering vertically.

In total the AA filter seems stronger than on NEX (5).
#2
[quote name='Klaus' timestamp='1321388996' post='12964']

Marginal filtering on the horizontal axis but aggressive filtering vertically.

In total the AA filter seems stronger than on NEX (5).

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Any idea why one wants to use such an asymmetric filter?



Ta

Joachim
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#3
Random guesses: line skipping video, or an alternate variation on the colour filter arrangement.
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#4
[quote name='joachim' timestamp='1321396690' post='12971']

Any idea why one wants to use such an asymmetric filter?



Ta

Joachim

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This is not unusual. We've a number of systems by now with this characteristic (Nikon 1, NEX, the old K10D).
  


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