a mixed bag. the Cooke captures things both sharp and unsharp.. so you end up with a sharp image of the subject inside a diffuse/glow of the subject. i'm normally pretty happy with the sharpness coming out of the Betterlight (no anti alias, no interpolation, no bayer, etc), and prefer things to maintain a 'natural' sharpness than to increase it.Asher Kelman said:Jim,
How do these 100% crops sharpen?
that said.. if you click on the 100% crops, you'll get a window with a larger (the actual) 100% crop of the image. feel free to take any of those and play with them
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