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This series tests for extremely fine detail rendering along with the control of secondary color errors on out of focus background.
Diffraction effects are evaluated and shown with/without diffraction mitigating sharpening.
Images presented at up to full 36 megapixel resolution from the Nikon D810.
Adobe Camera Raw 126.96.36.1999: view ACR settings. Camera Profile=Adobe Standard. No lens corrections used. Aggressive contrast control used to deal with the very bright background. Also, the sun was quickly moving across the building, so the lighting on it varies by aperture.
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