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Quote from: 1% on June 07, 2013, 03:44:02 AMI bet it does... they just tried real hard to reduce it.
Quote from: reddeercity on June 07, 2013, 04:40:58 AMHello All With the 5D2I would say that Aliasing in raw is minimal Compared to H264,i thinks because the image is Sharper and cleaner you ten to focus better & you can get away with a soft focus where you can sharping later to minimize Aliasing.So i was interested to see how good the Raw DNG image is, in term of scalable.So i took 1880x854 24p DNG file import to photoshop and upscaded to 4096 x 1861 maintained the 240 dpi, 16 bit tiff, Basic White Balance & Color Correctionwhen you play the video in the small screen you will notice moire & aliasingBut thats only in the small player go to full screen and there is no moire & aliasing.The Original file on the image quality tab is the 4K mp4 i uploaded .
Quote from: Oedipax on June 07, 2013, 07:48:58 AMThe moiré on the mk2 is killing me. I'm having a blast playing around with it, but unless it miraculously gets improved in a future ML build (which I know is probably beyond the scope of what's technically possible), I'd have a hard time shooting anything serious on this hack with anything other than a mk3. I can see aliasing everywhere in a lot of my mk2 stuff. And I like things like deep-focus landscapes too.
Quote from: Nachelsoul on June 07, 2013, 09:23:19 AMI think the secret to avoid it would be while shooting. I got better results with the 5D2 in terms of aliasing and moire using a ND (0.9) and a Pola together in camera, and avoid super sharp lenses like Zeiss and Canon EF. A very good choice are the Leicas R, quite sharp but also soft/creamy, also vintage lenses not sharp like Meyer's and Jena east German ones. Also notice to get nice results using wide apertures, a little bit soft but less noticiable aliasing, cause it is still there
Quote from: DerekDock on June 07, 2013, 09:42:10 AMBut what about all the money I invested in amazing Zeiss glass
Quote from: noisyboy on June 07, 2013, 06:04:23 AMI hate to say it dude but the moire and aliasing on that shot is very obvious to me. On the fence between the trees on the left, color patterns all over the distant tree and all the weird coloring on the darker of the two rooftops.Sorry man - don't mean to be negative, just saying what I see.
Quote from: kgv5 on June 08, 2013, 01:56:17 PMCould someone make such a comparison: raw original/raw with VAF filter? I can be on 5d2, probably will be the same effect as on 6D. I think there was one on YT but i beleive it was shot indoors and don't show all the effect.
QuoteI read somewhere on the site in the past few days that VAF filters are designed for the stock h.264 codec and that they are not suited to RAW.
Quote from: Redrocks on June 09, 2013, 02:59:40 AMI read somewhere on the site in the past few days that VAF filters are designed for the stock h.264 codec and that they are not suited to RAW. Would be nice to see comparisons on any camera though.
Quote from: a1ex on June 09, 2013, 08:53:33 AMLOL. They are designed for 1080p video sampled from the entire sensor; they may be too weak for 720p and they are way too strong for crop mode video.
Quote from: kgv5 on June 09, 2013, 09:04:14 AMMaybe, but isn't a crop mode made out of 1920x1080? (I mean picture with 1x magnification, resolution say 1792 x something)
Quote from: a1ex on June 09, 2013, 09:17:11 AMIn 1x, the image is downsampled by 3, and the filter is designed for this downsampling factor.
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