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This series tests the Sigma 135mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art on the 45-megapixel Nikon D850 with a finely detailed distant landscape scene, where any lens weakness or field curvature pops out like a sore thumb.
New ground is broken here in textural detail; it leaves one wishing for more, because it sure looks like there is more to be had, if only the sensor had the resolving power.
Images presented at up to full 45 megapixel resolution from the Nikon D850.
Bird’s Eye View of Patriarch Grove
Adobe Camera Raw 22.214.171.1240: View ACR settings. Camera Profile=Adobe Standard. No lens corrections used.
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