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These examples, divided into multiple pages (this is #1) were shot on the 50-megapixel Canon 5DS R, which demands the very best from lenses, showing the least weakness. Indeed, even lenses like Zeiss Otus show limits at 50 megapixels.
Accordingly if a zoom lens can deliver good sharpness on 50 megapixels, it is quite an optical feat. These examples look at proving out that potentiality. But perhaps the most interesting consideration is how good the images look at the 6480 size, which is 28 megapixels—straddling the gap between many 24 megapixel cameras and as large as 30-megapixel Canon 5D Mark IV.
Examples also look at flare and contrast control.
Images shot at f/9 - f/13 have diffraction mitigating sharpening applied. Chromatic aberration has been corrected for most of these images.
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