then we are discussing something else, resolution and the lenses.
So, the lens has nothing to do with AF performance? Really?!?
Regardless, you are the one talking about resolution and lenses. I was talking about pictures
, you know, those things that are the actual, relevant result of a shutter button press. In the review you quoted, the scenario was the top pro body with the top 85mm prime from each manufacturer. The verdict was 12/12 shots from Nikon that were about as good as a slightly OOF shot from the Canon, vs. 9/12 far better shots from the Canon.
We can dissect and discuss individual components of each imaging system, and argue their relative merits in isolation, and sometimes that's useful. But ultimately, we're talking about imaging systems
that take pictures
. If you'd prefer 100% mediocre images to 75% outstanding images, that's certainly your choice. It wouldn't be mine.