I'm seriously considering moving from the nikon D5100 to the newer d7500. In reading reviews and specs on the d7500 I've seen mentioned the lack of anti-alias in the d7500 as offering much better performance and image clarity, but with one small though probably insignificant draw back. They mentioned that the lack of anti-alias runs a risk of increased chances of "Moiré" in some instances. 1. Has anyone with cameras lacking anti-alias run in issues of unwanted moire more often than they care for? 2. Are there ways around instances when you can't avoid the possibility? 3. Can you cite instances where moire might show up (other than screen windows)? I appreciate the forums very much. Lots of lurking about offers much insight. I appreciate the time the well seasoned photographers take to come to the forums and offer the wisdom of their experience.