Dear Forum Readers/Writers!
Maybe my question is not interesting or not relevant to be answered?
I searched the forum for the quality of the bokeh, and find a tread about bokeh from different fast Canon lenses
However - my question is - could different sizes of the sensor
affect the end result how the quality of the bokeh will appear in the photo? The quality of bokeh in for example flower-images has made me interested and open my eyes for the right use of bokeh in order to create a photo that will be a complete in relation between sharpness and bokeh. Maybe here is others who has already dug into this subject much more profoundly and solidly?
For example can 5DMKII vs 5DMKIII vs 1DX
produce slightly different character of how the bokeh will be formed in the photo when comparing the three full-format-sensors - due to the different mega-pixel-numbers?
Is the bokeh from an APS-C
DSLR different in quality from the look from a full-frame DSLR´s?
Is the bokeh produced by the super-tele-lenses the most soft-edged, even with the quite "poor" MFD ((Minimum Focus Distance)?
(How about using many Extension Tubes, how many have you tested to stack when using for example the EF300/500/600mm, in order to not get vignetting?
And last q - will the use of an additional and different Extender affect the bokeh in some way by prolonging the focal-lenght- when using either the APS-C vs full-frame sensor DSLR?
I would appreciate if someone maybe happens to have some experience of the bokeh result that you value and are satisfied with!
Wishing you all happy shootings!
PS. The photo is with full-frame 5DMKII with EF100mm f/2.8L IS USM @ f/2.8 and the yellowish flowers are Rudbeckia which is an ancient flower named after Carl von Linné professor Olof Rudbeck Jr in Uppsala Sweden and the blue is a field of Cornflower, Bachelors button, Bluebottle, Boutonniere flower, Hurtsickle, or Cyani flower.