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All Bayer matrix sensors produce various types of aliasing, particularly those without an anti-aliasing filter (optical low pass filter).
The Leica M240 is no exception. With its 24 megapixel sensor, one can expect fewer issues in general due to a higher photosite density, but it nonetheless develops some unavoidable effects with particular subject matter.
Example — “color ringing ”
This actual pixels crop is from the Focus Shift (dolls) page.
The term “color ringing” is used here, this is not an official term, just a descriptive one.
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