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- Aug 16, 2012
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...
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.