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Can the Fujifilm GF 30/3.5 Deliver a Fully Sharp Image with Focus Stacking?

And can the Fujifilm GF 30/3.5 deliver 100-megapixel captures?

Each time I shot the Fujifilm GF 30mm f/3.5 in the field, the outer zones disappointed me by failing to develop anything near the sharpness of the central 2/3 or so. Two lens samples behaved similarly.

Part of the issue is a real/actual depth of field that thins-out considerably in the outer zones, so I wondered if focus stacking might fully or partially overcome this performance disappointment.

Can the Fujifilm GF 30/3.5 Deliver a Fully Sharp Image with Focus Stacking?

Includes a six-frame focus stacked image and a single frame for comparison, with commentary and conclusions.

CLICK TO VIEW: Fujifilm Medium Format System

White Mountains Moonscape
f9 @ 8.5 sec electronic shutter focus stack 6 frames, ISO 100; 2021-06-01 20:30:12
Fujifilm GFX100S + Fujifilm GF 30mm f/3.5 R WR @ 24.6mm equiv (30mm)
ENV: White Mountains, altitude 11500 ft / 3505 m, 55°F / 12°C
RAW: vignetting corrected, +30 Whites, +20 Dehaze, +10 Clarity, USM {8,50,0}

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