Can lens or camera have a 'clinical' rendering?

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57even Forum Pro • Posts: 14,722
Re: Can lens or camera have a 'clinical' rendering?

I abhor the use of the word 'rendering'. It's just one of those terms photographers drop into conversations to sound authoritative, but doesn't mean anything as far as I can tell, other than "I think it looks.... "

As for 'clinical' then it usually means someone else has a better lens and they need to find some way to be condescending about it.

I just want my equipment to be predictable and do it's job. The way my images look is up to me, not the camera.

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