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Deconvolution sharpening to counteract the anti-aliasing (blur) filter on the Nikon D3x (or Canon) — comparison revisited with the Leica S2

I was reminded by Bart van der Wolf of the Netherlands that deconvolution sharpening can counteract the blur caused by an anti-aliasing filter. In past comparisons I’ve made use of that type of sharpening, but it slipped my mind in my recent S2/D3x comparison.

In my DAP review of the Leica S2, I’ve revisited the Leica S2 to Nikon D3x mosaic comparison, this time using the R-L Deconvolution sharpening of RAW Developer.

Read the new comparison page between the Leica S2 and Nikon D3x, and see just how well R-L Deconvolution sharpening extracts the finest details from the Nikon D3x, more or less eliminating the anti-aliasing filter penalty of the D3x.

Canon or other DSLR users should also find it of interest, for the same issues apply.

Mouse over the one below to see how R-L Deconvolution sharpening, brings back the micro contrast on the finest details— rather amazing actually.

Capture NX2 Standard + Smart Sharpen {100, 0.2, 0}
RAW Developer using R-L Deconvolution sharpening
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