If you look at this image, you will note that (essentially) there is NO depth of field. AFAICT, only one small area near the tip of the subject's nose, along with a few eyebrow hairs, is in focus. What in the name of That Which Flaps are they trying to show here? That you can use the newest camera and technology to produce an outtake? This is NOT a comment about the camera or the lens--we've had lots of those--but about the absurdity of the half-an-eye-in-focus school of portraits.