These initial field examples with the Canon 5D Mark III were taken on a brief mountain biking outing. More to come.
For this comparison, I increased my normal RAW conversion sharpening amount to Amount=70 to really bring out the fine details possible. This aggressive level of sharpening is just fine so long as the exposure is full ETTR on the Canon 5D Mark III, as it is for most images here.
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