No-lowpass Effect?

Images taken by Fuji X-Pro 1 looks really clean, vivid and sharp to me. Indeed, feather is well resolved piece by piece.

125SD + X-Pro 1 by Noboru Nakagawa

I looked around the net. All are saying similar comments. So this should be right. Hutech-modified Canon cameras are semi-lowpassless types. Unfortunately one of lowpass filters in today’s Canon cameras is a part of CMOS sensor as the cover glass. So it’s not removable. I’m just curious how these Canon are compared with X-Pro 1.

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~ by tedishikawa on March 8, 2012.

2 Responses to “No-lowpass Effect?”

  1. Hi, I am curious of the set up. Ok to share it with me and my group?

  2. Thanks for your comment. Yes, you may share with your friends. Those images were taken by BORG 125SD (Generally astronomy industry categorizes the optics by the objective aperture size. It is 125mm aperture. As camera lens, it should be saying 750mm F6 telephoto lens. Hand-made optics shows the textbook-grade optical performance unlike the mass production lenses. That’s why even Japanese professional nature photographers start using BORG scopes as their main optics. I will describe more details on the nature photography setup here. So please keep watching. Thanks again for you visiting my blog. Ted

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