oversharp

oversharp

(ˌəʊvəˈʃɑːp)
adj
too sharp
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His Jewish identity heightened the precariousness of his circumstances, especially in the context of a predominantly Francophone and Catholic district of Canada, where he was perceived as a quintessentially foreign agent of British power--"a shrewd and oversharp Jew," as one of his early critics put it.
I was worried the 4K would seem oversharp and "digital" and the images straight out clearly have been sharpened internally unlike competing cameras but I don't think the camera suffers because of it.