Yes, you can find the tests. But are the tests any good? What were the protocols? I routinely take pictures of watch parts as I make them, I know a thing or two about macro- verging on micro- photography of very small things that have to have critically sharp images made of them. On every camera I've used, locking up the mirror closes the diaphragm. If you're trying to take macro photographs without locking up the mirror, of course there will be vibrations and the attendant image degradation. I'd like to see the photographer who can distinguish between mirror and diaphragm vibration.
Originally Posted by jajong
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