The sharpest lens in the known universe...

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Mark Scott Abeln
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Re: Limits...

dougjgreen1 wrote:

Apparently, folks are working on software driven interpolation algorithms to remove diffraction blur.

Sharpening does a lot of that, but it takes some effort  to get it right, and it's easy to over-do.

A purely automatic deconvolution algorithm for removing defraction is something that works better in theory than in practice. First of all, you need a lot of pixels, but also very low noise; also, the actual pattern of diffraction will vary by lens model, and there is variation between lenses of the same model.

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