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> The author's thesis (Harold Merklinger) is essentially the opposite: > the only way to get the best definition at infinity (or very faraway) is > always to focus at infinity. I agree. If the people at the Brooks institute think otherwise it is because they are wrong. Focusing beyond infinity just means that the plane of focus is ahead of the film plane. Farsighted people routinely focus beyond infinity when they are not wearing glasses. There is nothing mystical about focusing beyond infinity.