One note about DxO for users of the RF 14-35/4. The lens requires correction of geometric distortion at the wide end, and with Canon software you get a resulting FoV that is very slightly narrower than 14mm (using the EF 11-24/4L as a benchmark). With Adobe, you get a resulting FoV that is very slightly wider than 14mm. With DxO, you get a resulting FoV that is noticeably wider than 14mm, coming in at ~13.5mm.
Mirrorless cameras lack an optical viewfinder, so looking through the lens is always an electronic process. This fact enables lens manufacturers to include consideration of digital optical corrections in their lens designs and make trade-offs accordingly – more optical aberrations can be…
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