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This example looks at image quality with the GF 110mm f/2 at late dusk, particularly very fine detail in wire and stone and roof tiles at distance. It differs from Oak Tree View to Tower in that it is more distant, and includes foreground elements to assess bokeh and color correction as well as offering a smaller reproduction scale to see how well the very finest details on the tower resolve.
View to Tower
Adobe Camera Raw 220.127.116.110. View ACR settings. Camera Profile = ASTIA/SOFT.
ACR enforces lens corrections for chromatic aberration, vignetting, distortion, a requirement flag set by the GFX in the raw file.
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