Quote Originally Posted by Gerald C Koch View Post
I take exception with the term perceived sharpness when used with lenses. Lens resolution is an easily measureable and quantifiable property. There is nothing perceived about it. Now the sharpness of a particular print is subjective and the use of "perceived" is proper in this case.
I think I see where you are coming from, but as resolution is just one part of what constitutes sharpness, and the other parts include various types of contrast, I think the performance of the lens is relevant to the issue of perceived sharpness.