- Aug 16, 2012
Mobile phones are usually not diffraction limited as they have have very wide aperture lenses, like f/1.8 for the new iPhones, which is less than their DLA of f/2.25.Diffraction? Don´t give me that BS. Look at what sensors are mounted in mobile phones. Obviously, these are diffraction limited, but that means that 32Mpx APS-C sensor is nowhere near being diffraction limited. I compared my EOS M and EOS M6, and the difference was significant (small resolution difference considered). Right now, I sold my M, M6, and use my mums M100 I gave her. Any other camera needs to have more resolution in order to motivate me to buy it...