The image below was one of my panorama focus stacking efforts, highly successful with a 287 megapixel result from 8 total frames (4 frames for the pano, each a 2 image focus stack) with the Fujifilm GF 45mm f/2.8:
Presented in color and black and white at up to 287 megapixels plus crops showing hideous pattern noise prominent in the B&W image from PDAF pixels.
While just visible in color, I am hugely disappointed that a $10K camera shows vertical lines in the sky which are the result of PDAF pixels—how can Fujifilm ship a medium format camera with such a serious image quality defect?
Below, the relatively recently formed Mono Craters can be seen left of center in the distance—obsidian and pumice, pumice dust being nasty stuff if it gets into cameras or similar. Way up here, the geology is mixed as it is along many areas of the Eastern Sierra. The lake below is impounded by a glacial moraine, as can be seen.
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