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FF or Crop for testing Lens sharpness (300 2.8 + telecons)

 
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Oct 08, 2013 08:19 |  #1

Hello,

Have many various bodies including FF and crop, high Mpix and low Mpix. I want to compare various II and III extenders and see real difference in sharpness. Which body to pickup? Which will show greater effect on sharpness. Thanks.




  
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Oct 08, 2013 09:12 |  #2

In an absolute sense, the camera with the highest pixel density should show the biggest difference.

Right now that is typically a crop sensor. However, some crop sensors have pretty strong anti-aliasing filters that might undo some of that.

However, it won't give you sharpness info on the edge of the FOV on a full frame sensor (where there might actually be a bigger difference) so both might be useful.


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Oct 08, 2013 09:47 |  #3

I see more tcon degradation with my 50D than with my 5Dc.




  
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Oct 08, 2013 10:25 |  #4

I can't speak to the which body issue as I have only used three and not done comparisons.
Having owned both MK II and MK III extenders (both 1.4x & 2x) I can say from my experience that the 1.4Xs are close in performance, (so much that I kept one) and with the 2Xs there is a noticeable improvement on the MK III


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