I started a thread over at DPReview's Nikon Lens forum asking for suggestions for Nikon glass for the D800e I have on order. A polite and useful discussion ensued during which one poster (Apaflo) asserted something about the D800e that also applies to MFD and which I have not heard before. I am not sufficiently technical to asses it but is is at least interesting and quite possibly important to anyone shooting without an AA filter.
In essence he is saying that removing the AA filter introduces aliasing artefacts and that when you make smaller prints (small depending on the size of the sensor) you will be downsizing away the resolution advantage that no AA gives you but still suffer from the aliasing artefacts that you gained when you got rid of the AA filter.
There's a link to the thread here and I would really appreciate anyone with profound technical insights who had the time to look at it and give an opinion!
Re: D800 switcher from Canon needs glass advice: Nikon SLR Lens Talk Forum: Digital Photography Review