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These examples demonstrate panoramas using the Fujifilm GF 120mm f/4 Macro R LM OIS WR. Unfortunately, the sample used (brand-new) had a left/right skew problem, repeatedly seen in numerous shots.
Images presented at sizes up to 100 megapixels.
Dusk at Rock Creek Lake
This is a 2-frame vertical panorama. I shot it before I realized the bad state of the 120/4 (brand-new, right out of the box).
The unacceptable quality control from Fujifilm means that the left side is blurred while the right side is razor sharp, a problem seen repeatedly in the field with this sample, too late to do anything about it.
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