Diffraction Limit Discussion Continuation

Started Feb 21, 2014 | Discussions thread
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bobn2
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Re: Duck, duck, goose.
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Just another Canon shooter wrote:

tt321 wrote:

And more specifically, the particular interpretation that sensors with higher pixel counts are somehow worse than those with lower pixel counts because one could notice the 'visible diffraction limit' earlier is pure nonsense.

To keep playing his game, assuming some kind of practical limit of visible resolution at any given view size (it is a thread about limits, right? ), by his own definition, diffraction affects higher pixel sensorsless because you get enough resolution when you stop down even more.

From now on I'm doing all my photography with the lens cap on, because it doesn't degrade, whatever you do to it.

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