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About Lens Rendering Aperture Series

Last updated September 05, 2013 - Send Feedback

Aperture series are presented at up to huge 4K UltraHD sizes for all diglloyd publication content produced since mid 2013, stunning on a 4K display.

Please see How to Resize Images To Fit on Screen and Using the Image Comparison Modes before reading this page.

The goal of a lens rendering series is to show the drawing style of a lens, which can include its sharpness, bokeh, field curvature, optical aberrations, chromatic errors and so on.

Because reduced sizes are of little help in visualizing this behavior, a lens rendering series is typically presented at very large image sizes. The ideal viewing platform for a lens rendering series is a 4K display or a laptop with a Retina display. Some web browsers are too sluggish to work well, the Apple Safari browser is strongly recommended.

The example below shows a low resolution lens rendering series that operates the same way as the typical subscriber presentations (but much lower resolution here).

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