Green wavelengths at anything narrower than f/8, maybe f/9, will probably be visibly affected by diffraction due to the diffraction pattern exceeding the sensel size of the Kodak by a significant margin. How the lens and effective sensel aperture interact, I don't know.
I have photographed the same image in 8 and 11 and 16.
I would like to learn more, but my observations when I tested a Canon vs this Kodak, at a given aperture, the files are MUCH crisper, much sharper, much more 3d like. I do remember when I ran the test that the Canon 1Ds(11mp) would show deffraction before the Kodak(I could be wrong and I will test it as soon as I get all my Canon bodies back).
If I am able to remove all of the Canon AA filter, I would. But the fact that only 1 is removalable, makes it little point. The Sony A900 is another option. If it is able to be AAfilter free, I would not hesitate to take the Sony over the Canon, simply for this reason.
These to me are tools, and may the most adaptable tool be the one I use for the right job.