Because of an argument in >>3875696
, I was curious to see if people could really tell whether a photo was taken with a Sony or a Leica just by looking at it. The theory being that, if the problem with the Sony sensor stack is a real issue, it should be immediately obvious when looking at a random photo taken with a Sony using a lens adapted from Leica.
Half of these photos are taken on a Sony A7 II, the other half with a Leica M9, either with a 7Artisans 35/2 or a Voigtlander Ultron 28mm f/1.9 (so, not Leica lenses, but lenses intended to be used on Leicas--I don't own any actual wide-angle Leica glass because I'm poor). I swapped the 35 and the 28 back and forth a few times, so I'm not sure which shots were with which lens most of the time, but I tried to keep them about even so maybe I got lucky.
So, step up and see if you can tell the difference. Bonus: can you tell the difference based on color science and/or a visual difference between a CCD and a CMOS sensor?