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Old 19th June 2017
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Re: Diffraction Testing.

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Originally Posted by drmarkf View Post
... it is true that diffraction is a significant issue at f22 (when you're trying to get a shutter speed around 1/15th and, even at ISO64, it's too damn bright and you've forgotten to bring an ND filter).

e.g. have a look at the crowd ...
Could 1/15s be the reason, or is that sensor stabilisation so good that it should produce a sharp image in the absence of diffraction.
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