Talk:Defocus aberration

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I removed the discussion comparing resolutions of color and black and white film with image sensors. The text was five years out of date, and a quick google search indicated that on some high-end cameras the resolution of the sensors now exceeds the resolution limits of the best available lenses (which is not the case for film). --Srleffler (talk) 00:11, 6 September 2011 (UTC)