Shown below is the crop, taken at ƒ/8 at ISO 200 on the Canon 1D X using the Canon 50mm f/1.2L. The goal here is to determine the range of sharpening appropriate for Canon 1D X images.
ISO 200 was used as representing no significant difference from ISO 100 and representative of perhaps the most useful all-around ISO (for me at least). Higher ISO values will necessarily have more noise, and somewhat less sharpening might be appropriate.
Sharpening in Adobe Camera RAW (ACR)
Only thewas varied; the conversion was otherwise as shown below.
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