Bottom right corner
This is well ahead of the zone of focus, so results are strongly influenced by factors such as field curvature.
The 14-24 shows rather good results at f/5.6, fairly sharp results at f/8, and crisps up nicely at f/11.
The 16-35 and 17-35 never quite succeed, but offer credible results at f/11 and f/16.
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