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Many of these example show disappointing sharpness in the outer zones. To say this not as good as the Hasselblad XCD 22mm f/4 would be a gross exaggeration—it sucks. The poor performance almost certainly involves distortion correction (mandatory flag in the EXIF), but why the results with this sample seem worse than with the Fujifilm GFX-50S in the Dana Lakes examples is unclear.
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