First the D800e eliminated this filter. Then the D7100 did also. Now the Coolpiz A eliminates this filter. I assume the D400 will not have it either. What's up with this? I see eliminating the filter allows for sharper images but Nikon sold the D800e as a speciality item with the D800 containing an anti-alising filter as the normal choice for more than 80% of users. Now Nikon expects 100% of D7100 and Coolpiz A users to not need that filter. Why? How is Nikon handling Moire production in the new cameras?