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How much sharpness is really achievable?

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Since a thread created recently on TP,

(faulty AF, or am I expecting too much?)

I got some emails asking if it is reasonably thinkable to come to a given

degree of sharpness.

Members have read on different occasions that I don't use sharpening

on my pictures but meticulously perform AF-Fine Tune on all of my 16

lenses and 4 bodies — 64 combos in all!

As my work is mainly meant for publishing purpose, sharpness is a very

important prerequisite element. This level of sharpness is my edge over

the tight market competition. Here, like in my hockey coaching, I advo-

cate that winners were willing to do what the losers didn't.

The following example was taken with one of the combos I use for wild-

life: an old pre-VR AF 600 mm ƒ4 (bought here incidentally!) on a D850.

This picture is a FF seen to fit in the main window of my converter

The same picture seen at 100 %

seen at 200 %

seen at 300 %

seen at 400 %

?

 


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