The 5Ds R images are sharp and detailed

Started Feb 6, 2015 | Discussions thread
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Re: For this kind of shot, f11 is unnecessary unless

Rick Knepper wrote:

a lens suffers from significant lens aberrations. The lens used here is a 16-35/4 IS so it shouldn't need f11 to fix aberrations.

As for the traffic, I dunno. I'm looking for some babes sunbathing on the roofs.

f5.6 would be the max I would use assuming the 16-35/4 IS is as good as I have come to believe it is. I hope the 11-24L doesn't require f11 on a shot like this.

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I second that, for this kind of shot from a roof , Id rather use F5,6 for maximum sharpness.

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