Diffraction Limit

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LTZ470
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Re: Diffraction Effects in a Real Lens-Camera System
In reply to Steen Bay, 8 months ago

Steen Bay wrote:

LTZ470 wrote:

I learn by "concrete proof in the pudding"...there is none for the FZ200 being diffraction limited at f/2.8...

But if it was (for example in the center of the image), then that would actually be a good thing! If a lens is "diffraction limited" (has its peak resolution) wide open, then that just means that it's a very good lens without any significant aberrations, where the resolution mostly will be limited by the unavoidable diffraction.

IF or CONCRETE...I'll stick with concrete...and the fact that there is no concrete proof...

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