Nikon D7100 review at NPhoto: "Capable of producing superb images with lots of detail and natural colour, but its worth keeping an eye on the image histogram view though as the Matrix Metering doesn’t always do what you expect."

Nikon D7100 review at NPhoto: "Capable of producing superb images with lots of detail and natural colour, but its worth keeping an eye on the image histogram view though as the Matrix Metering doesn’t always do what you expect."

Angela Nicholson reviews Nikon's latest foray into the no-low-pass filter territory, the brand new, D7100:

"Like the Nikon D3200 and D5200, the D7100 has a 24MP sensor, but Nikon has left off the low-pass filter.

Low-pass or anti-aliasing filters are usually put over a camera’s sensor to reduce the risk of moiré interference occurring when photographing subjects with fine patterning that is close to the camera’s resolution limit. The downside of using them is that the image is softened and needs sharpening post capture.

So does omitting the filter from the sensor make any difference to the images? Our tests indicate that it does. At the lower sensitivity settings the D7100 can’t resolve any more detail than the D3200 or D5200, but the images look a little sharper straight from the camera."

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