*Quote clarified by Doug with brackets
Hasselblad offers cavorting around with ex-NASA-folk; that's pretty cool. But if you buy a P65+ you get beautiful naked models. You heard it here first.
If you want zero moire then no problem, shoot a dSLR which softens every image regardless of whether it needs it or not.
By the way the P40+ has the same extreme-low moire characteristics at half the price.Doug Peterson
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Doug, with all due respect, as you deservedly earned it, with your unrelenting pursuit of solving everyone's problem. I do respect your replies, I sincerely do. But you & I know that other than Michael Ezra our collegue @ L-L, most of us photograph at least some images that have people with cloths on & I definately understand MOIRE problem inherrent to Phase One's most backs, exception being the couple of most expensive backs.. My problem with this post is NOT Phase One, but how this quite expensive workshop with lotsa smoke & mirrors, that is so vehemently pushed by peeps who HAS NOT contributed anything in this forum.