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About the D800E and moiré:
There is this persistent rumor on internet forums that ‘Nikon says the D800E is not for video’. So far, I have not seen any proof of an official statement by Nikon implying this. On the contrary: on Nikon’s official D800/D800E product page, and specifically the part about video specs, the D800 and D800E are mentioned both every single time as if they were identical.
I do understand the background of this idea though. DSLR video in general and the D800E in stills mode are both rather prone to moiré on their own. This might lead to the false assumption that using video and the D800E together must be the recipe for a moiré nightmare.
In all the sample footage shot with the D800E and D800 that I’ve seen online there was no difference when it comes to moiré. As far as I know, the downsampling for video cancels out the sensor moiré, making the D800 and D800E score equally well (or bad, depending how you look at it). Both have equal moiré issues because of the downsampling/line skipping that takes places because the sensor resolution is so much larger than full hd video.
This is how I see it and I can give you no guarantees. I have not tested the D800 and D800E side by side with video myself and rely on the information of Nikon and other testers. If I can get my hands on a D800E I will surely test this. Please note that a comparison test is not easy. Moving the camera or the focus point by a fraction will change the moiré by a lot. A side by side shoot is not enough; the cameras will have to take turns to be in the exact same spot with the lens focused at exactly the same distance.