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Aliasing | Aperture | APS-C sensor | Artifacts | Backlighting, backlit | Bayer | Bias | Blur | Calibration | CCD | CMOS | Collimated light source | Color filter array | Color depth | Acutance (Edge Acutance/Texture Acutance) | Color neutrality | Color rendering | Contrast Sensitivity Function (CSF) | Color sensitivity | Color shading | Color space | Color temperature | Covariance | Dark noise | Decibels (dB) | Demosaicing | Denoising filter | Density filters | Digital signal | Digital single-lens reflex | Down-sampling | dpi | DSLR | D-SLR | DxO Noise chart | Dynamic range | DxOMark Score | Distortion

Sharpness

Sharpness is a subjective quality attribute of an image or a lens. Sharpness indicates the visually perceived quality of details of an image or details reproduced by a lens. It is associated with both resolution and contrast of reproduced details (within an image or by a lens).

The DxOMark score for Sharpness is based on the Perceptual Megapixel (P-Mpix) concept that weights the Modulation Transfer Function (MTF) of the lens with the human visual acuity. Read more about Perceptual Megapixels.