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Is there a full frame DSLR out there, that has no or at least a usable amount of moirÃ© and aliasing in video mode. I can't decide in between a Nikon D7100 and a D600 which I am currently testing. Wait, that's not entirely true, I have, kind of, decided already because I love the picture that the D600 renders with my old 1980â€™s - 90â€™s AF (no D no nothing) Nikkors, I love the minimal DOF, I love the latitude, I love the vignette that some of my lenses make on the D600 (the D7100 does none of that with my lenses). But the moirÃ© and aliasing on D600 is in my opinion simply atrocious compared to the D7100, which has some but itâ€™s bearable for me. The shadow noise banding on the D7100 on the other hand, even on low ISO settings, kept me awake working for some nights to try to soften this flaw in post, (and it didnâ€™t really worked out BTW). So, my options I think are, if I want full frame (shallow DOF, lens compatibility etc.) and the least amount of moirÃ© and aliasing: the D800 with the mosaic engineering thingy or a D5 Mark III with a lens adapter or what else? Suggestions? Anybody?