Marco Solorio has posted a very interesting ‘first look’ at the $385 VAF-5D2 Optical Anti-Aliasing Filter for the Canon EOS 5D Mark II produced by Mosaic Engineering – you’ll want to see Marco’s report!
It’s not very often a product comes to market that seems like it’s nothing short of magic. At first glance, the VAF-5D2 Optical Anti-Aliasing Filter by Mosaic Engineering is such a product. I was skeptical at first with this $385 product, but after reading some positive feedback from Philip Bloom at its initial prototype stage, I knew this product was for real.
It took longer than expected to arrive here at out facility (ordered back in August, and arrived here mid-November), but the wait was worth it. After some initial A/B testing with and without the filter, I’m thrilled with the results. The science behind this device is amazing, and it works, and it works extremely well.
Marco Solorio’s demo
Check out the comparison video we shot here on Vimeo:
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All product still photos on this blog post from Mosaic Engineering’s website
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(cover photo credit: snap from the video)
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