The shots are from my real life shootings, so they are not a professional comparison setup.
Still I think they will give you an idea how it affects results in real world.
This shots have been done for a custom jewelry artist. No post processing. Out of raw converter. ALL 100% crops.
First sample is shot with 5dsr and a 135mm(best price) F2 at F13. I need the depth of field, f13 is not the best aperture. Screenshot is made in comparison mode out of Lightroom library.
On the left you see a the out of the box lightroom convertion with the x-rite color checker profile.(Adobe standard looks even worse) Right side shows the exported tif from capture one.
Both we the programs standard sharpening settings.100% crop.
So let’s just stay with the c1 file(100% crop):
This pictures shows a 100% crop of Phocus converted(applied sharpening) Hasselblad H4d-40 shot with the 150mm HC(best price) at f13.