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Diffraction is discussed in detail in Making Sharp Images. See Mitigating Micro Contrast Losses from Diffraction Blur.
The crops here were taken from the Dolls aperture series.
Fujifilm GFX Lens Modulation Optimizer setting
The Fujifilm GFX offers afeature. The GFX manual follows the same mantra of omitting all useful details for anyone with a modicum of knowledge (e.g., a pro photographer buying a pro camera). In particular, whether a feature applies to JPEG or RAW or both, what the feature actually does, when to use it and why. The "slight loss of focus at the periphery of the lens” statement is greek to me as having anything to do with diffraction.
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