In my normal shooting I have not found an example of color moire (I did see moire in the top deck of one of the boat samples). However, at least one wedding photographer has expressed concern about moire on veils and gowns. In this post, I have provided samples of D7100 moire patterns.
"A-HA!" many detractors would say. But there's a plot twist...! Hit the jump to find out.
So here they are...
NIKON D7100 MOIRE PATTERNS
For this test, I used a ski jacket with a very fine (microfiber?) texture. I used the super-sharp Sigma 35 1.4 at f/8. I took shots at various distances and orientations. Here are the results (full resolution versions available):
So yes moire is possible on the D7100 with certain subjects, at certain distances.
I did promise you a plot twist... and here it is: I took similar shots, with a D600, also with a Sigma 35 1.4, also at f/8. Here are the results:
NIKON D600 FOR COMPARISON
|middle of the body, also camera left side of the body.|
|visible at web viewing sizes|
|check out the middle of the chest|
|check out the shoulders|
You can draw your own conclusions about the D7100's propensity for moire, compared to at least one other camera.
Nikon D7100 Hands-On Real World User Review
Importing D7100 Raw Files Into Lightroom
Nikon D7100 Low Light Teaser
Nikon D7100 FAQ and Helpful Links
Nikon D7100 Shadow Recovery
Nikon D7100 Real World Dynamic Range
Nikon D5200 and D7100 Band-Aid: Solutions for Banding
Sample of D7100 banding in a real world shot