See shooting and processing notes on the 28mm page.
Depth of field
Depth of field was a continual challenge with the 100mm. Careful attention must be paid to the exact focus point one desires.
The 100mm f/2.2 is a very sharp lens over the central 1/2 of the frame, but doesn’t sharpen up out to the corners, even at f/8. Put simply, it is not even in the same league as the Leica S 120mm f/2.5 APO-Summarit-S.
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