If the width of the head is about 1/4 of the width of the image, I find the eyelashes a useful indication of lens sharpness at maximum sharpness if the person is not wearing mascara.
Sorry: I meant to say: If the width of a front view of the face is 1/4 the width of a horizontal image, I find the eyelashes a useful indication of lens sharpness at maximum aperture if the woman is not wearing mascara (because it thickens the apparent width of the lashes).
DOF is right on target.
Should make a nice small camera for taking portraits.
Indeed it's nicely detailed
I agree, plenty of detail and a nice background blur