I’ve posted some very large black and white panoramas / stitched images in my review of the Zeiss Otus 100mm f/1.4 APO-Sonnar, taken on the 45MP Nikon D850 monochrome, which delivers the most detailed imagery of any camera I’ve ever used so far, at least with top Zeiss Otus and Zeiss Milvus glass. I marvel at the superiority in detail over the 60MP Sony A7R IV, and by the wonderfully low noise and absence of digital artifacts.
Unless I’m working in the dark without panorama gear, in which case this 578 megapixel panorama is a little off from its peak potential, which is to say it is still astonishing. I can’t find any hikers on the trail that winds itself up the canyone, and only two coyotes.
Includes images up to 578 megapixels.
I goofed on one frame at far right—23 frames instead of 24—even the camera could show me nothing but black at f/1.4 in Live View, so I was guessing at position, dang it! Or maybe I’m just hiding all those naked sunbathing beauties at far right. Your call.