What is a typical MTF for a Bayer CFA Sensor at Nyquist?

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Bernard Delley Senior Member • Posts: 1,737
Sigma's take ?

Their latest cameras, the  fp , use Bayer (full frame, 61Mpix, BSI) sensors.

The page does not say no AA filter, but I assume it follows current trends in having no AA.

Such a camera should show the MTF performance of the Sigma 40mm f/1.4 pretty well. A good sample of this lens comes very close to diffraction limited MTF when stopped down to f/8 in a generous central image area as shown in "Fast full field MTF ... assessment" .    The MTF in that limit is diffraction limited MTF times sensor MTF. The sensor MTF is limited by pixel aperture in the first place.

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