Bottom right corner
This is well in front of the point of focus, and in the corner as well, so various factors come into play, especially depth of field and field curvature.
- All the lenses are blurred to various degrees at f/2.8 - f/4.
- At f/8, the 24-70 is looking the best, with the 16-35 and 35/1.4 fairly good given the distance. The 17-35 and 28-70 are more blurred.
- Further improvement is seen from f/8 to f/11 - f/16, though the 28-70 retains some blur at f/11.
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