|Posted: Fri Mar 17, 2023 11:02 am Post subject:
It is a clearly laid out argument for those who are not too familiar with diffraction in photography.
Things are more complicated than he suggests it is, but it is a good beginner's guide.
EDIT: for a slightly more in-depth but still layman-level treatise on diffraction (also mentioning the impact of the anti-alias filter and Bayer colour filter arrays) the following may also be of interest:
SONY A7S, A7RII + dust-sealed modded Novoflex/Fotodiox/Rayqual MD-NEX adapters
Minolta SR-1, SRT-101/303, XD7/XD11, XGM, X700
Minolta majority of all Rokkor SR/AR/MC/MD models made
Sigma 14mm/3.5 for SR mount
Tamron SP 60B 300mm/2.8 (Adaptall)
Samyang T-S 24mm/3.5 (Nikon mount, DIY converted to SR mount)
Schneider-Kreuznach PC-Super-Angulon 28mm/2.8 (SR mount)
Bronica PS 35/40/50/65/80/110/135/150/180/200/250mm