Important details on the introduction page should be read prior to viewing these crops. Those details are not repeated here.
This is where the lens was focused.
Unlike the 18mm results, here at 21mm the 18-35 compares much more favorably to the 16-35, and might even be a bit better at f/4 - f/8 here in the center.
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